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In the second innings of the day-night Test against Australia, none of the Indian team’s batsmen could score 10 runs.

Team India lost the first match of the 4 Test series against Australia by 8 wickets on Saturday. In this day-night test, India also scored their smallest score of 36 runs in an innings. After this defeat, Team India will have to be alerted, because a bad record is added to it. Click here to see the scorecard of the match.

Actually, Team India could not win the series after losing the first match of the series outside of Asia in Test history. The team has lost their first match of the 35th bilateral Test series (2+ matches) this time.

Indian team lost 31 series out of 34
Earlier in the 34 Test series, the Indian team lost the first match and lost the series 31 times. While three times India drew the series with the opposition team. During this, Team India drew Test series 1–1 from Australia in 1980, England in 2002 and South Africa in 2010.

New Zealand did a clean sweep this year
The Indian team got their last defeat against New Zealand this year. The Indian team lost its first match in the 2-Test series played in February. After this, hosts New Zealand also lost the second match and won the series 2–0.

2 years ago England defeated
In August 2018, Team India lost the first match of the 5-Test series by 31 runs on the tour of England. After this India could not come back and lost the series 4–1. Team India had won only the third match of the series by 203 runs.

2 big shocks to team India before next match
Before the second Test against Australia, the Indian team has suffered two major setbacks. The first is that Indian captain Virat Kohli has gone on the paternity leave. Now in his place Ajinkya Rahane will take charge of the team. The second is that fast bowler Mohammad Shami is out of the series due to injury. He suffered a wrist injury in the first Test. At the same time, Rohit Sharma does not seem possible to play in the second Test. They can join the team from the third Test.

India’s next test on 26 December
Team India is scheduled to play the next Test in Melbourne on 26 December in Australia. This is a boxing-day test. However, the good thing for India is that on the 2018 tour, they defeated Australia a Test at this ground. Also, for the first time in history, Australia defeated them 2–1 in the Test series at their home.

Schedule of next 3 tests

The match The date Venue
2nd Test 26-30 December Melbourne
3rd Test 07-11 January Sydney
4th Test 15-19 January Brisbane

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