According to sources a confident India will look to extend their domination, while a hapless Australia would aim for a change of fortunes in the three match T20 series beginning on Saturday. Meanwhile India dominated the limited over series against Australia with a 4-1 win to reclaim the number one ODI rankings and the hosts would be keen for a perfect finish to the T20I series.
Moreover a reliable pool of bowlers in both pace and spin department to complement their traditional batting might is what makes Virat Kohli's side look so formidable and they have looked flawless, be it against reigning world champions Australia or a new-look Sri Lanka.
come T20Is, it could be worse for Australia as India boast of a 9-3
head-to-head record. Furthermore in the last T20I bilateral series, India made
a 3-0 clean sweep in Australia in January last year while they have lost only
once out of the five series played between the two nations. Accordingly for
India, all eyes would be on old warhorse Ashish Nehra who has been recalled for
the T20I series, having last played against England in February this year.
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