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Australia V India Match Information

Australia V India HEAD TO HEAD

1)AUS VS IND at Hyderabad, March 2 2019

Australia – 236/7

UT khawaja –  50 runs

Marcus stoinis- 37 runs

Glen Maxwell- 40 runs

Nathan coulter nile- 2 wicket

Adam zampa –  2 wicket

India-240/4

Rohit sharma –  37 runs

Virat kohli –  44 runs

MS Dhoni – 59 runs

Kedar Jadhav- 81 runs

Mohammad shami- 2 wicket

Jasprit bumrah- 2 wicket

Kuldeep yadav – 2 wicket

2)AUS VS IND at Nagpur,  March 5 2019

India – 250/10

Virat kohli –  116 runs

Shikhar dhawan –  21 runs

Jasprit bumrah- 2 wicket

Kuldeep yadav –  3 wickets

Australia – 242/10

Aaron finch- 37 runs

UT khawaja –  38 runs

Marcus stoinis – 52 runs

Pat cummins- 4 wickets

Adam zampa –  2 wicket

3)AUS VS IND at Ranchi, March 8 2019

Australia – 313/5

Aaron finch- 93 runs

UT khawaja –  104 runs

Glen Maxwell –  47 runs

Pat Cummins – 3 wicket

Adam zampa – 3 wicket

India – 281/10

Virat kohli –  123 runs

MS Dhoni – 26 runs

Kedar Jadhav – 26 runs

Kuldeep yadav- 3 wickets

4)AUS VS IND at Chandigarh, March 10 2019

India –  358/9

Rohit sharma – 95 runs

Shikhar dhawan – 143 runs

Jasprit bumrah- 3 wicket

Australia – 359/6

UT khawaja –  91 runs

Pat cummins- 5 wickets

5)AUS VS IND at Delhi, March 13 2019

Australia – 272/9

UT khawaja –  100 runs

Aaron finch- 27 runs

Pat cummins- 2 wicket

Marcus stoinis – 2 wicket

Adam zampa – 3 wickets

India – 237/10

Rohit sharma –  56 runs

Kedar Jadhav- 44 runs

Bhuvneshwar kumar- 46 runs + 3 wickets

Mohammad Shami- 2 wicket

Ravindra Jadeja- 2 wicket

Player Battle

Australia

Aaron finch vs Bhuvneshwar kumar(158-223-4)

UT khawaja vs Yuzvendra Chahal (14-16-1)

David warner vs Kuldeep yadav(15-18-1)

Steven smith vs Mohammed Shami (29-29-1)

Glen Maxwell vs Mohammed Shami (34-41-2)

India

Rohit sharma vs Nathan coulter nile (84-95-3)

Shikhar dhawan vs Pat cummins(46-39-2)

Virat kohli vs Nathan coulter nile (47-71-3)

MS Dhoni vs Adam Zampa (35-69-2)

Hardik Pandya vs Adam Zampa (51-28-2)

The Oval Pitch Stats

The Oval has hosted 24 ODI matches since 2010. The rest of the metrics in this section will look at those matches.

The average first innings score at The Oval is 265 in matches where the full 50 overs were available. 300 has been breached 8 times at this venue in ODIs since 2010. The last 3 first innings scores here were 330, 311 and 80 (41.0 max overs).

47% of runs here have been scored in boundaries. This exceeds the global average of 46% of runs in ODIs since 2010 being scored in boundaries. Batsmen at The Oval strike at 85.0 run per hundred balls against pace bowlers. This compared to a strike rate of 89.9 against spin.

14 out the last 22 completed matches played at The Oval have been won by the team batting second.

Team Statistics

Australia

Australia have won 9 of their last 10 completed ODI matches.

They beat Afghanistan in their last match. They bowled well to restrict Afghanistan to 207 for 10. They then chased this score down to win the match.

David Warner was the top run scorer with 89 off 114 balls. Aaron Finch scored 66 off 49 balls. The next highest score was 18 by Steven Smith.

Marcus Stoinis was the pick of the bowlers. He took 2 for 37 off 7.0 overs. Nathan Coulter-Nile also bowled well. He went for 0.0 an over. Mitchell Starc took 1 wicket and had an economy rate of 0.0.

India

India have won 6 of their last 10 completed ODI matches.

They lost to Australia in their last match. They bowled first and conceeded 272 for 9. They then failed to chased this score down. They reached 237 for 10 in their reply.

Rohit Sharma was the top run scorer with 56 off 89 balls. Bhuvneshwar Kumar scored 46 off 54 balls. The next highest score was 44 by Kedar Jadhav.

Ravindra Jadeja was their best bowler. He took 2 for 45 off 10.0 overs. Kedar Jadhav went for 8.0 an over. Bhuvneshwar Kumar took 3 wicket and had an economy rate of 4.8.

Australia Probable XI

  1. A Finch-66-53-39-90-153
  2. D Warner-89-15-13-8-35
  3. U Khwaja-15-98-62-0-88
  4. S Smith-18-12-4-45-18
  5. G Maxwell-4-70-98-71-19 wkts 0-1-0-1-0
  6. M Stoinis-0-4-2-10-0 wkts -2-0-2-0-0
  7. A Carey-0-55-25-3-21
  8. N Counter-Nile-0-3-2-2-1
  9. P Cummins-3-2-5-3-4
  10. M Starc-5-1-2-2-0
  11. A Zampa-3-1-1-4-1

Bench:- S Marsh, K Richardson, J Beherendoff, N Lyon

India Probable XI

  1. R Sharma-56-95-14-0-37
  2. S Dhawan-12-143-1-21-0
  3. V Kohli-20-7-123-116-44
  4. KL Rahul-26-60-0-9-7
  5. MS Dhoni-26-0-59-1-48
  6. K Jhadav-44-10-26-11-81 wkts-0-0-0-1-1
  7. H Pandya-45-16-0-0-21 wkts-2-0-2-0-0
  8. B Kumar-3-1-1-2-2
  9. K Yadav-1-1-3-3-2
  10. Y Chahal-1-3-0-2-2
  11. J Bumrah-0-3-0-2-2

Bench:- D Karthik, V Shankar, R Jadeja, M Shami

News

Team

Match 14 of the ongoing World Cup will see India and Australia locking horns on a super Sunday. Both the teams have the winning momentum coming into this game and will be eager to continue in the same vein. If the recent clashes are concerned, Australia managed to win the five-match series in India after being 0-2 down. The Men in Yellow would love to make it four consecutive wins against Virat Kohli and his men.

India, on the other hand, brushed aside South Africa with a clinical show at The Rose Bowl in Southampton. While Yuzvendra Chahal picked up four wickets with the ball, Rohit Sharma backed it up with an unbeaten century in a tricky chase. Despite winning their previous match, the team management might make a tactical change by benching Kuldeep Yadav. Ravindra Jadeja might replace him in the playing XI in that case while Australia is expected to field an unchanged side.

Pitch

The pitch at the Kennington Oval tends to slow down a bit in the second innings if the sun is out. The matches have been high-scoring at the venue in this tournament. Though Bangladesh almost defended 244 runs against New Zealand it was a day-night encounter. The team winning the toss is expected to bat first.

Average first innings score: 295 (3 matches at the venue in the World Cup 2019)

Record of the chasing teams: Won – 1; Lost – 2

Weather

It will be cloudy in London in the morning. The rain is in the forecast at 2 pm according to AccuWeather. The temperature is expected to hover around 15-18 Degrees Celsius during the match.

Overview

Australia won both their warm-up matches of this World Cup versus England and Sri Lanka. The Aaron Finch-captained team has now won the first two games of the main round against Afghanistan and the Windies. Even as their first match was one-sided, the Aussies had a tough time in their last contest. The Men in Yellow are next scheduled to lock horns with India on June 9 at the Kennington Oval in London.

India, on the other hand, started their World Cup campaign with a thunderous six-wicket victory against South Africa at the Rose Bowl in Southampton. Their bowlers made the full utilization of the overcast conditions and helped India clinch the ascendancy from the outset. The batters had their difficulties but weathered the storm. The Men in Blue’s task is expected to be a little tougher against the Aussies.

Captain and Vice-Captain for Dream11 Fantasy

Captain Suggestions:

Shikhar Dhawan

The southpaw has had a torrid time in the 2019 World Cup. He got out for 2 and 1 in the warm-ups against New Zealand and Bangladesh. The 33-year-old couldn’t cross the single-digit score in the first game as well. A vicious delivery from Kagiso Rabada led to his dismissal. He is generally a prolific run-scorer in ICC-organized tournaments and will be keen to find his touch in the next encounter.

Dream11 Credits: 9.5

Virat Kohli

The 30-year-old Virat Kohli is yet to stage the stage on fire with the bat in this World Cup. He scored 18 in the previous game and got out to Andile Phehlukwayo. The experienced campaigner had a couple of tentative outings in the warm-ups as well. With a truckload of runs under his belt, he is speculated to be a gun player. He will have his task cut out against a power-packed Aussie bowling attack.

Dream11 Credits: 10.5

Steve Smith 

Smith is kind of player, who thrives under pressure and he has shown character in this World Cup as well. Versus the Windies, the Aussies found themselves in dire straits after losing a few early wickets. Nevertheless, Smith came in and notched 73 and took his team to a respectable score. The 30-year-old will be keen to play another knock of substance in the upcoming match.

Dream11 Credits: 10

Vice-Captain suggestions

Aaron Finch 

Finch didn’t have the best of times in the warm-ups but scored 66 in Australia’s World Cup opener against the Afghans. Unfortunately, he got out for only six last time around. When the year started, he was straining to find his form. However, he came back in the ODI series against India and then carried his touch versus Pakistan. The Aussies will need their gun batsman to fire next time as well.

Dream11 Credits: 9.5

MS Dhoni

Last year, the 37-year-old didn’t have any momentum on his side and also got dropped from the Indian T20 team. The adverse situation didn’t affect Dhoni and he has had a stupendous 2019 thus far. He came into the tournament on the backs of some incredible knocks. He turned up with a decent 34 versus the Proteas and didn’t look out of touch. He will be key in Australia’s next match.

Dream11 Credits: 8.5

Pat Cummins 

Pat Cummins has been one of Australia’s most consistent batsmen over the past few months. Even in this World Cup, he has picked up five wickets and has looked in fine form. He doesn’t drop his intensity at any stage of the games and hence has tasted a significant amount of success. Cummins was the leading wicket-taker in the ODI series in India and he will want to give his teams some breakthrough.

Dream11 Credits: 9

Final picks for your Dream11 Fantasy team

For Head to Head/Small Leagues:

Captain – Steve Smith | Vice-Captain – Virat Kohli

For Grand/Mega Leagues:

Captain – Shikhar Dhawan | Vice-Captain – Aaron Finch

*Disclaimer: These picks were made based on the understanding, analysis, and instinct of the author. While selecting your team, consider the points mentioned and make your own decision.

Australia V India Power Picks

Usman Khawaja vs India in 2019:

Innings: 8

Runs: 497

Average: 62.12

100s: 2

50s: 3

Australia V India Flop Players

TBA

Australia V India Grand League Team

  1. MS Dhoni
  2. D Warner
  3. A Finch(vc)
  4. R Sharma
  5. S Dhawan(c)
  6. K Jadhav
  7. H Pandya
  8. M Stoinis
  9. B Kumar
  10. M Starc
  11. P Cummins

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