Team India will be motivated to redeem themselves and perform well in the forthcoming three-match T20 International (T20I) series against Australia after being eliminated in the Super 4 stage of the 2022 Asia Cup in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It starts on Tuesday at the IS Bindra Stadium for the Punjab Cricket Association in Mohali. It will be a suitable warm-up for the ICC T20 World Cup in 2022, which will start next month in the visitor’s home. Additionally, as Australia is the current champion, defeating them will help India maintain its position as the top T20 team in the globe. So, keeping this in mind we have listed 5 players that you should watch in India Vs Australia Match.
For nearly three years, the former Indian captain and top-order batsman struggled while failing to hammer an international century. But it all came to an end this month during the Asia Cup when he scored his first T20I century against Afghanistan in a Super 4. With that knock, he earned a spot on the T20WC team and would seek to maintain that momentum going into the international competition.
As his batting form was deteriorating, the Australian captain recently announced his retirement from One-Day Internationals (ODIs). As he is eager to come back in form before the T20WC, Finch is being supported to deliver and recover in style. However, it would surely be difficult for him because the conditions in India are very different.
The all-rounder, who has previously represented Singapore in international cricket, will make his Australian debut during this series. He got notoriety for his performance in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 for the five-time defending champion Mumbai Indians (MI), as he was a very explosive batsman. He is expected to perform well now that he is back in his comfortable surroundings, which would prepare him for the next T20WC.
After a nearly three-month injury absence, the Indian wicketkeeper-opener returned to the Indian team last month, but he hasn’t been playing at his best. Rahul wants to perform on the Indian courses before accepting the challenge to play on the Australian tracks as he needs to regain his rhythm before the T20WC.
Since the T20 World Cup last year in the UAE, the former Australian captain and the top-order hitter has only appeared in eight games. He has only scored 134 runs, has a strike rate of 107, and his highest score was 37. He would need more experience and runs to have a chance to start every game in the international competition, but his experience in IPL will be helpful in this series.
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