The three-match T20I series between India and Australia is going to start in Mohali on Tuesday. Know how are the records of both the teams against each other in the short format?
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- India’s upper hand in T20 against Australia
- The competition between the two teams on Indian soil has been challenging in the shortest format.
- Chasing the target. There is a strong possibility of winning, the role of toss will be important
Mohali: The T20 World Cup between India and Australia is going to be played in the shortest format for the last time before 2022. The three-match series will begin on Tuesday in Mohali, Punjab. Both the teams would like to try their best to win this series. However, the Australian team has come on a tour of India without some of its important players. But its effect is hardly visible in matches.
Team India has the upper hand
If we look at the statistics of international T20 clashes between the teams of India and Australia, it is known that since 2007, both the teams have faced 24 times in this format. Out of which 13 matches have gone to Team India and 9 to Australia’s account. While one match got washed out due to rain.
There has been a neck-and-neck competition on Indian soil
The overall record of the Indian team looks better against Australia but when it comes to the competition on Indian soil, the matter becomes a bit challenging. In India, both the teams have met 8 times, out of which Team India has won 4 matches and Australia has won 3 matches. One match yielded no result.
The team chasing the target will register victory
The rainy season is about to end in India and the cold is about to begin. In such a situation, there will definitely be an effect of dew in Mohali during the night. The team bowling in the second innings will face difficulties. Batting first, India has won 5 out of 9 and 8 out of 13 while chasing the target against Australia. At the same time, the Australian team has been successful in winning 4 matches while chasing 4 and chasing first.
Team India won in Mohali last time
In such a situation, after winning the toss in Mohali, the chances of winning the team that bowl first are strong. Chasing the target has been a strong aspect of both the teams. The last time both the teams met in Mohali during the 2016 World Cup, the Indian team still chased the target thanks to Virat Kohli’s unbeaten 82. Had won.
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