The Indian cricket team faces its toughest test in many a months as the Australians come visiting for a short three game ODI series. The first game is scheduled to take place in Mumbai with both sides coming into the tournament on back of fantastic results. The Men in Blue have some thinking to do in terms of team selection especially in terms of middle order selection. The Australians do not have much stress in this department but they will need performers who can adapt to Indian condition quickly. In terms of head to head, the two teams have played 137 ODI game against each other with Australia dominating with 77 wins, India 50 wins and 10 games resulting in no result. India Vs Australia, Live Cricket Score 1st ODI Match.
India vs Australia – 9th June 2019 – London: India won by 36 runs
Shikhar Dhawan’s brilliant innings of 117 along with Virat Kohli’s 82 helped India put on a massive 352 runs on the board. Australia were slow to get off the blocks but did manage to get past score of 300 thanks to Alex Carry’s fifty. The Oz ultimately lost this key World Cup contest by 36 runs.
India vs Australia – 13th March 2019 – Delhi: Australia won by 35 runs
Opener Usman Khawaja hit a patient century as Australia put India a target of 273 on a slow Delhi wicket. India’s response was hampered by loss of early wickets and only Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Kedar Jadhav stuck around for the hosts but could not prevent a 35 run loss. Virat Kohli Confident Ahead of India vs Australia ODI Series 2020, Says Can Compete Against Any Team Be It White, Red or Pink Ball Cricket.
India vs Australia – 10th March 2019: Chandigarh – Australia won by 4 wickets
Openers Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma put on a 193 run opening stand to help power India to 358 runs batting first. India reduced Australia to 12-2 but Usman Khawaja and Peter Handscomb started the rebuild job for the visitors. It was then left to Ashton turner to produce a man of match display with a 43 ball 84 to seal India’s fate.
India vs Australia – 8th March 2019 – Ranchi: Australia won by 32 runs
Skipper Aaron Finch came up with the goods for Australia with 93 while fellow opener Usman Khawaja stuck a century as the duo scored 193 runs for the first wicket. Australia finished with 313 runs which was a bit less condisering the position they were in. Pat Cummins and Jhye Richardson shared six wickets between them to help beat India by 32 runs. India vs Australia 1st ODI 2020: Rohit Sharma vs Mitchell Starc, David Warner vs Jasprit Bumrah and Other Exciting Mini Battles to Watch Out for in Mumbai.
India vs Australia – 5th March 2019 – Nagpur: India won by 8 runs
India’s slower bowlers led by Kuldeep Yadav who picked up 3 wickets did the trick for the home team as they defended a below par total of 250. Earlier, Virat Kohli’s patient 116 guided India through a difficult situation where they were struggling at 171-6.
It will be a tough game with both the sides having quality players in all departments. India just might scrape through this one considering theyb are playing at home.