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AUS vs IND: Teams aim to reset ODI plans in three-match series

by  10CRIC  •  Last updated on 2020-11-19 05:06:27

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India bank on young guns to step up

The Cricket World Cup Super League builds up towards the next World Cup and the Australia – India ODIs, part of this two-year long league, will be the first game in this league for both teams. After a hectic 2019 where a lot of ODIs including the World Cup was played, 2020 was light on ODI cricket and cricket as such. As India head Down Under, their aim will be to topple the Aussies. However, with no Rohit Sharma and in away conditions, the odds of them doing it right at the start stand at 2.05

Australia, like India, finished as semi-finalists in the 2019 World Cup and are building towards the next major event in 2023. They have some fresh personnel and a major decisions to make in the batting line-up, but at home Australia have more leeway to do so and have odds of 1.71 to win the first ODI.

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Overall head to head and recent records favour Australia

Australia have won as many as 78 ODIs over India since the two started playing ODI cricket against each other in 1980. They have lost only 52 ODIs to India. At home, this record goes further in favour of Australia. They have won 36 matches and lost just 13.  The Aussies come off the back of some good performances in ODIs, particularly in India too in the recent past. While in 2020, India won the series in India, Australia won 3-2 the time before that.  

RECOMMENDED BET: Australia are very strong at home as their record shows and they have odds of 1.71 to win the first ODI.

In 2019 when these sides met in Australia for an ODI series, India won 2-1. In 2016, the time before that in Australia, the hosts won 4-1.

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Keep an eye on… 

Mitchell Starc and Jasprit Bumrah: The quality in the two pace attacks is remarkable. While Aussies have some well-rested sharp bowlers, India’s seamers are coming off the back of a hectic IPL season. The onus will be on Mitchell Starc and Jasprit Bumrah to shoulder the responsibility of the pace attack and give their respective sides a good head start.

KL Rahul role: KL Rahul comes off the back of a good IPL season where he finished as the Orange Cap holder. Those runs came at the top of the batting order. For India in ODIs, Rahul has recently shifted down to a middle-order role where his attacking instincts are utilised. Can he make the switch to the new role quickly enough? 

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