Australia tour of India Jan-2020

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  1. NilayShah60 Panel of Selectors

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    Australia will tour India for a 3-match ODI series between January 14th to January 19th, 2020. Source

    Teams Involved

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    Venues

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    Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
    One of the most bounciest surface in India with a run-fest on offer. Slightly slower at times.

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    Saurashtra Cricket Association, Rajkot
    This has been a high scoring ground ever since it's inception along with a long bondary and a fast outfield. The pitch over here has consistent bounce but not as much as that at Wankhede or Pune pitch

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    M. Chinnaswammy Stadium, Bengaluru
    Known as a bowlers graveyard the Chinnaswammy is one of the toughest grounds to bowl due to its short boundaries and it being located at a higher altitude there is always a chance of the ball sailing into the crowd due to the wind. Also a fast outfield further pushes the balance towards the batsman. The pitch has consistent bounce allowing the batsman to hit through the line of the ball.

    Squads

    Fixtures & Results

    Match Date Teams Toss Result
    1st ODI 14th Jan, 2020 India v/s Australia
    2nd ODI 17th Jan, 2020 India v/s Australia
    3rd ODI 19th Jan, 2020 India v/s Australia


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    Series Result: India won the 3-match series 2-1
    Man of the series: Virat Kohli
     
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  2. Jalen Club Captain

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    Hope this series will be as good as expected, I predict a 2-1 win for the Aussies.
     
  3. Bevab National Board President

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    Really interested in seeing how Labuschagne plays. He has been one of the top performers in domestic 50 over cricket and arguably is better there than in first class cricket.
     
  4. Bevab National Board President

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    Both teams shooting themselves in the foot by benching Saini and Hazlewood for the much worse bowler just because they can bat a bit.
     
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  5. Jalen Club Captain

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    Personally, I would have preferred Hazlewood over Kane but I'm guessing he was picked because of his ability to change his pace and use of slower balls and cutters while Hazlewood is an full blown swing and seam bowler, which doesn't look like it'll help him much here
     
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  6. abhi_jacko Chairman of Selectors

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    Kohli at no.4? Is that wise ..
     
  7. Bigby Wolf National Board President

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    Why is Dhawan getting a go again ? Friendship favors from the captain? The Rahul - Rohit worked perfectly in the last year especially with Rahul attacking from the get go unlike Dhawan who eats a whole lot of ball and struggle to get going early on.
     
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    The worst move considering we have a better batter for that position.
     
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    Mind you this is Indian batting at full strength and they can't even manage a 300 even at batting paradise of Wankhede. India have made a mockery of their batting today. :facepalm
     
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    Real test for the Indian bowlers here. I would be surprised if we pull this one off.
     
  11. Bevab National Board President

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    Australia look a class above India at the moment. Completely unrecognizable to the ODI side that got whacked by England two years ago. Take a bow Justin Langer. :clap
     
  12. Bigby Wolf National Board President

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    Lol looks like the game will be finished in 30 overs.
     
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    This Australian side is a machine
     
  14. Jalen Club Captain

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    Why is everyone so surprised about how well we are playing? Recently we've turned our form in the complete opposite direction in white ball cricket and in my opinion,Finch and Warner have been one of the most dominant opening pairs in ODI since 2015. India however have been playing West Indies, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh for the longest time now and have now been faced with a team of equal, maybe even greater skill. Without a doubt England is still the best ODI in the world but I believe that Australia is a better team with everyone fully fit because as shown in the World Cup Semis vs NZ, if that top 4 is out early, the game is over.
     
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  15. Bigby Wolf National Board President

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    India needs this thrashing lately tbh the kind of ODI cricket has been pretty much outdated - over reliance on top and quite sedate style start.

    But then again with Duo if Shastri - Kohli at helm I am not sure anything substantial would considering they are doing the exact same thjng over and over again.
     

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