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Aaron Finch is ready to bat in any Position for Australia

Aaron Finch is ready to bat in any Position for Australia

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Aaron Finch recently said to Australian Cricket Board that he is comfortable to play at any position for Australia in the upcoming ICC ODI World Cup 2019. Board can demote or promote him in any batting line up which suits the circumstances. Finch is not been in a good form recently, and not played any match-winning innings in the last few games. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The Australian Captain said after Warner and Smith joins the team he can demote himself to the bottom of the batting order to push up the runs in the last over’s. David Warner and Steve Smith are joining the team recently and they will play a crucial part for Australia as they did before. The opener, Usman Khawaja played brilliantly in the last ODI series against India and he is conti
India Creates an Unwanted Record against Australia in ODI

India Creates an Unwanted Record against Australia in ODI

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Indian team lost to Australia in 4th ODI by four wickets in Mohali. India putts up a mammoth score of 358 runs. The hosts had quite a nice time with the bat as they were seen striking everywhere in the park. Openers Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma were blazing their guns as the pair gave a solid beginning to India. Dhawan scored 143 runs from 115 balls whereas Sharma created ninety-five runs from ninety-two balls. The remainder of the team joined the party as they too were seen striking massive however couldn't keep longer on the ground. Despite having a large total on the board, India lost the game by four wickets. Rishabh Pant was trolled for His faulty performance behind the stumps throughout Ind vs Aus fourth ODI, fans missed MS Dhoni and shouted repeatedly after the mistake. #Turner ...
India vs Australia: Expected Indian playing XI for the fourth Test

India vs Australia: Expected Indian playing XI for the fourth Test

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India vs Australia: Expected Indian playing XI for the fourth Test The Border-Gavaskar series enters in it’s final encounter, India now has a big chance to snatch the trophy from the Hosts. Having a 2-1 lead, India are looking to make it 3-1 to write the history in Australia. But, injuries worrying the whole team to pick their best eleven for the last match. First of all, pace attack spearhead Ishant Sharma has some major issues with his rib cage. He was not enlisted in the 13-member list. Umesh Yadav was included in that list replacing Sharma. But, the main worry with the ace spinner Ashwin, he is not fully fit to play the match. Indian team management is not taking Kuldeep Yadav in the list, as Captain Kohli is depending on Hanuma Vihari as he bowled in good areas in last match, he is a
India vs Australia: India announces playing XI for the Melbourne Test

India vs Australia: India announces playing XI for the Melbourne Test

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India vs Australia: India announces playing XI for the Melbourne Test The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has announced the playing XI for the Melbourne Test versus Australia, where they've dropped both openers Murali Vijay and KL Rahul. India's ODI specialist Rohit Sharma and all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja have returned from injury and will be seen in this match, and Mayank Agarwal is set to make his Test debut. With the four-Test series tied on 1-1, many aspects are riding on the Boxing Day showdown at the Melbourne Cricket Ground where up to 90,000 fans are expected, and India can't afford another top order flop. Murali Vijay and KL Rahul scored just 95 runs between them in eight innings across the opening two Tests in Adelaide and Perth. They have paid the price with debutant...
India in Boxing Day Tests against Australia

India in Boxing Day Tests against Australia

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India in Boxing Day Tests against Australia It's time for the Boxing Day Test between India and Australia. Melbourne is wearing a festive look and the city's iconic cricket stadium - Melbourne Cricket Ground will host its eighth Boxing Day match between the two cricketing super giants - India and Australia. The MCG is likely to be packed to the rafters and the cricket-crazy Melbourne public will be rallying behind Tim Paine's men, who are heading into the third Test of the ongoing four-match series with a lot of confidence following their 146-run win in Perth. India should make sure they don't get overwhelmed by the occasion. There are several inexperienced international cricketers in the visiting team's line-up and, without a doubt, the Boxing Day Test will provide a stern test to their m...