India is fighting against Australia in the T20 World Cup held in the United Arab Emirates and Oman. The World Cup began on October 17, 2021, after several postponements due to the pandemic. The match between India and Australia was on October 21, 2021.
Warm-up match highlights
At ICC Cricket Academy Stadium, on Wednesday, October 20, 2021, India convinced a nine-wicket win over Australia in its final warm-up session. India chased down Australia’s 152 in 17.5 overs and won by nine wickets. Virat Kohli was seen rolling his arms before the warm-up match. Finally, Hardik Pandya came at four to finish the match with a clean hit over the bowler’s head, and thus he won the game for team INDIA. Though it was just a warm-up match, India found its best players, and many improved from the previous matches.
IND vs AUS match
Virat Kohli bowled the seventh over and returned for the thirteenth over, and gave 13 runs. While Rohit Sharma handed the ball to Virat Kohli, Virat’s fans were thrilled at this sight. Meanwhile, Australia posted over 152-runs.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar had a good outing after being hammered for 54 runs against England alongside Ravichandran Ashwin, who picked up two crucial wickets.
Rohit Sharma cleared all the speculations about Hardik Pandya’s bowling, saying he may need some more time, although he is coming off pretty well. These matches require a hundred percent winning assurance, and he may need some more time, but he will soon bowl in the upcoming games.
Glenn Maxwell continued to like his role in the IPL and provided momentum to the innings in the middle overs before Steve Smith and Marcus Stoinis spent joined and spent quality time in the middle and added a 76-run to the stand.
Bratt Lee’s views
FormerAustralia’s speedster Bratt Lee expects KL Rahul to be a top scorer and Mohammad Shami as a leading wicket-taker. Rahul has the highest score in the IPLs, while Shami has excellent bowling skills.
Meanwhile, Indian is considered best for winning the match in the Gulf conditions. India’s T20 World Cup campaign against Pakistan will begin on October 24, 2021, in Dubai.