Clouds make way for Virat Kohli to clinch series


Clouds make way for Virat Kohli to clinch series

Meanwhile, India is hosting Australia at home and Virat Kohli's boys have already taken a 2-0 lead in this important series. If the Australians managed to send them back to the dressing room earlier than they did, India would have struggled more than they actually did on a hard pitch to play the shots. I am here to try and win a series. On the other hand, Australia are on a 10-match overseas losing streak.

Warner also came out in defence of young Cartright.

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Unamused, Wade was heard on the stump mic saying, "I might have a cry like you".

IST: Both the teams have lined up for the National Anthems. So that is something that we are really going to try and you know work on and what is the answer to that, we don't know; that's just what happens in this game, you know. I don't read wickets too well, hopefully we can post a good total.

'We've had a lot of collapses and we need to stop, ' Smith, who has scored one and 59 in the two games, said.

Opener Aaron Finch and wicketkeeper-batsman Peter Handscomb replaced Hilton Cartwright and Matthew Wade.

While Wade has performed admirably with the gloves in the first two matches, his form with the bat has waned since his breakthrough century against Pakistan in Brisbane last summer. Throwing light upon the World Cup 2019 and Australian team's preparations, the 28-year-old cricketer shared, We have about 30 ODI games before the World Cup.

India captain Virat Kohli named an unchanged line-up.

While India retained their same winning side of Chennai, the visting side inducted K Richardson and AC Agar in place of Faulkner and Adam Zampa. Guests were seen with the help of local spinners so that the Indian bowlers could face bout.

Marcus Stoinis began to up the ante after the Kuldeep's hat-trick, but his valiant knock of 62 not out, which came off 65 balls and included six boundaries and three sixes, was not enough to save his side as they were bowled out for 202. The swing master Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah have made the Australian top-order look ordinary while the wrist spin duo of Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal has made the Kangaroos dance to their tunes.

Still, despite the holes in the bowling strategy, Australian fast bowlers got the Indians out for 252 at Kolkata and reduced the hosts to 87 for 5 at Chennai.