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India’s tour of Australia 2020 has got off to a very poor start. Not only has India lost its two ODI matches so far but it has also been clearly outplayed. Things are looking grim for Virat Kohli and his men.
Australia is going to be without David Warner and Pat Cummins for this last ODI as well as the T20 series. They both have minor niggles and are being rested for the all-important test series.
Can India use their absence and finally find a way through to victory? Australia has a lot of depth in its squad, though, and will be confident of not giving India any respite.
Australia vs India 3rd ODI 2020 is going to be played at the Manuka Oval, Canberra on the 2nd of December 2020.
There was barely any difference in the manner that the first and second ODI’s played out. The Aussie openers got a massive start, Steve Smith got a blazing hundred, and Glenn Maxwell came in to finish with a flourish.
Marnus Labuschagne also got into the act as the Indian bowlers struggled to make any impact whatsoever.
The loss of David Warner is a big one. The stage that he has helped set up with Finch has been crucial in both the matches so far. His replacement, Darcy Short, struggled against India the last time they were in Australia and it may not be as easy for him.
Still, the Australia batting is in great form with all of their batsmen scoring freely. On most days, they would be confident of getting enough runs even without Warner in their lineup.
Josh Hazelwood has been the best bowler for Australia in the series while Adam Zampa has also been very good. Pat Cummins is not going to be available for this match and we think Sean Abbott should take his place.
Mitchell Starc is the only bowler that has struggled in both the matches for Australia and his lack of effectiveness is something that will bother Australia with so many big white ball tournaments on the horizon.
Aaron Finch, Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith, Moises Henriques, Glenn Maxwell, Alex Carey, Cameron Green, Ashton Agar, Sean Abbott, Adam Zampa, JR Hazlewood.
India opted to keep the same playing eleven in the previous match and ended up with the same result. Questions need to be asked of Virat Kohli and the tactics that he has been employing in the matches. Some of the decisions were really daft and did not help India at all.
We hope to see at least two changes in his next match. Kuldeep Yadav should find a place in the side in place of either Yuzvendra Chahal or Ravindra Jadeja and T Natarajan should make his ODI debut in place of Navdeep Saini.
The idea is to give India some more control in the death overs and a wicket-taker in the middle.
The only way that India is going to have a chance in this series is to be able to take early wickets otherwise the team is going to be put to the sword again.
Batting is less of a concern. India managed to get 338 in the second ODI, an excellent score irrespective of the fact that they were chasing 390.
Virat Kohli got runs and seemed to have his mindset for the ODI format, Shikhar Dhawan and Mayank Aggarwal gave India a good start, Lokesh Rahul got runs, and even Shreyas Iyer spent some important time in the middle.
We don’t think there is any need to panic and change the batting lineup at all.
Shikhar Dhawan, Shubman Gill, V Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, Lokesh Rahul, Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, SN Thakur, Kuldeep Yadav, JJ Bumrah, T Natarajan.
The team that wins the toss is going to want to bat first. Seven out of the nine matches have been won by the team that bats first in Canberra.
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The conditions in Canberra are expected to be good for batting although perhaps not as good as in Sydney. The contest between the bat and ball will be a bit more even and we should see some spinners come into play as well.
The average score at the venue is around 310 batting first so it is not like the batsmen are going to be in too much trouble. The weather is expected to be very good for cricket and we should have no interruptions.
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We are going to back India to win and get something back in the series. The difference between the sides has largely been the bowling and that is something that India should improve in this match. The change of venue will also help India as they tend to struggle at venues where the surfaces are very flat.
The loss of Warner and Cummins also brings the two teams a lot closer to each other.
Bet on India to win.
India has a clear opportunity to make early inroads now that David Warner is not going to be playing this match. Darcy Short is a very good player but he could be a bit nervous having just one inning to try and make an impact.
Dhawan has been in great form and scored runs in both the first two matches as well. He does not often get credit for the kind of ODI record he has. We are backing him to continue his recent rich vein of form and to get another significant total.
The shift from Sydney could have a big effect on the run-rate as well as the number of sixes being hit. Canberra could be more of a challenge for the batsmen leading to some wickets and thus the remaining batsmen being more careful.
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