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The Indian team got off to a quick start with openers Mayank Agarwal and Shikhar Dhawan. There was a 53-run partnership between the two.

The first match of the 3 ODI series between India and Australia is being played in Sydney. Australia won the toss and batting first gave a target of 375 runs. In response, the Indian team has scored 53 runs in 5.2 overs after losing 1 wicket. Opener Shikhar Dhawan and captain Virat Kohli are at the crease.

Mayank Agarwal was out after scoring 22 runs. Josh Hazlewood catches him at the hands of Glenn Maxwell.

Australia made the biggest score against India

Earlier, Australia scored 374 runs after losing 6 wickets. This is Australia’s highest score against India. Earlier last year in Mohali, Australia scored 359 for 6 wickets. Opener Finch and David Warner gave a strong start by partnering 156 runs. Finch scored 114 off 124 balls and Warner smashed 69 off 76 balls. This was the 17th of Finch’s ODI career and the fourth against India.

Smith’s century off 62 balls
Warner was caught by Mohammed Shami at the hands of wicketkeeper Lokesh Rahul. Finch then extended the innings by sharing 108 runs for the second wicket with Steve Smith. Smith scored his 10th ODI century on 62 balls. He scored 105 runs off 65 balls. Meanwhile, Jasprit Bumrah sent Finch to the pavilion, caught by wicketkeeper Lokesh Rahul.

Maxwell missed Fifty, Stoinis could not open account
Marcus Stoinis was dismissed as the third wicket without opening an account. Yuzvendra Chahal got him caught at the hands of Rahul. The fourth setback came as Maxwell. He was caught by Ravindra Jadeja at Shami’s ball after scoring 45 runs. Prior to being dismissed, he shared a 57-run partnership for the fourth wicket with Smith.

Mohammed Shami had 3 successes in Indian bowlers. He dismissed Warner, Maxwell and Smith. Apart from them Jaspreet Bumrah, Navdeep Saini and Yuzvendra Chahal got 1-1 wickets.

Chahal became the Indian spinner to have given the most 89 runs in 10 overs. Even before this record was his name.

The bowler Gave runs Against whom Ground, year
Yuzvendra Chahal 89 runs Australia Sydney, 2020
Yuzvendra Chahal 88 runs England Edgbaston, 2019
Piyush Chawla 85 runs Pakistan Mirpur, 2008
Kuldeep Yadav 84 runs New zealand Hamilton, 2020

Entering the field, two persons protested against the Adani Group (Read the whole news by clicking here)
During the match, two men entered the ground to protest against the Adani Group. One of these people had a poster, which said – State Bank of India (SBI) should not loan one billion Australian dollars (about 5442 crore rupees) to Adani Group. The incident occurred during the 7th over of the Australian innings. Navdeep Saini was doing this over.

Maximum 4 times 150+ runs against a team
Finch and Warner partnered more than 150 runs against India for the fourth time. This is the most often such partnership by a pair against a team. Earlier, this record was in the names of Rohit and Kohli. He partnered 150+ runs against Sri Lanka 3 times.

Batsman how many times Against whom
Aaron Finch and David Warner 4 India
Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli 3 Sri Lanka
Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan 3 Australia

Finch second Australian player to score fastest 5000 runs
Australian captain Finch has completed 5000 runs in ODI career. He achieved this as soon as he scored the 17th against India. He is the second Australian player to record this record in the fastest 126 innings. At the top is Warner, who completed 5000 runs in 115 innings.

India did not get any wickets in the power-play (opening 10 overs) for the fourth consecutive ODI

When Against whom How many runs in powerplay place
5 February 2020 New zealand 54/0 Hamilton
8 February 2020 New zealand 52/0 Auckland
11 February 2020 New zealand 65/0 Mount maunganui
27 November 2020 Australia 51/0 Sydney

Both teams tied the black band and landed in the ground
Australia and Team India tied the black band and landed in the ground. Both teams did this to pay tribute to former Australian players Dean Jones and Phillip Hughes. Philip died 6 years ago on the same day in the match due to a ball in the head. While Dean Jones died of a heart attack during the IPL this year.

Barefoot circle of both teams
The Australian team created a barefoot circle, barefoot, to show support against racism and support for aboriginal culture. Team India also supported him.

T Natarajan also included in ODI team
The BCCI also included young fast bowler T Natarajan in the 17-man squad for the ODI series after T20. Natarajan was included in the team as backup to Navdeep Saini. Saini is struggling with back spasm problem.

50% of fans enter the stadium
50% of cricket fans among Corona were allowed to watch the match at the stadium for the first time. All tickets were sold out in half a day. The joy of watching the match was clearly seen on the fans’ faces. Fans were also seen celebrating outside the stadium.

Both teams:
India: Shikhar Dhawan, Mayank Agarwal, Virat Kohli (captain), Shreyas Iyer, Lokesh Rahul (wicketkeeper), Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, Mohammed Shami, Yuzvendra Chahal, Navdeep Saini and Jaspreet Bumrah.
Australia: David Warner, Aaron Finch (captain), Steve Smith, Alex Carey (wicketkeeper), Marcus Stoinis, Marnus Labushane, Glenn Maxwell, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Jampa and Josh Hazlewood.

India defeated Australia 2–1 in January.

India had won the last two matches played between the two. Australia visited India in January this year. Then India defeated Australia in the last two matches of the 3 ODI series. In such a situation, Team India has a chance to win their third consecutive match against Australia.

India won the series on the last Australia tour

The last time the Indian team played a 3 ODI series was in Australia in January 2019. Team India won the series 2–1 after losing the first ODI. Even then, the command of the Indian team was in the hands of Virat Kohli. Australia’s captaincy was also with Aaron Finch. This time too, only 3 ODIs will be played between the two teams. In such a situation, Kohli’s team has a chance to win a third consecutive ODI at home in Australia.

Sydney Stadium Record

  • Total ODIs played: 157
  • First Batting Team Won: 88
  • Batting team won later: 62
  • Average first innings score: 222
  • Second innings average score: 187

Head to head

140 ODIs have been played between India and Australia so far. In this, Team India won 52 matches and lost 78, while 10 matches were inconclusive. The Indian team played 51 ODIs against Australia at its home, of which 13 have been won and 36 have been lost. 2 ODIs remain inconclusive.

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