India vs Australia Live Score Over 1. T20I T20 1 5 Updates

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4.6 overs (0 runs) Full again, on middle, Inglis drills it to mid on.

4.5 overs (4 runs) FOUR! off the mark! Too full and too wide. Inglis leans and drives it through covers, to the fielder’s right for a boundary.

Josh Inglis is the new man in.

4.4 overs (0 runs) OUT! CHEERS! Ravi Bishnoi strikes. Googly does the trick for Ravi Bishnoi! Going full and round off, just a little twist here. Short gets low and tries to heave but misses and it crashes the stumps. Much needed for India as Australia got off to a bright start.

4.3 overs (1 run) Too full and on, Smith lifts it to deep midwicket for a single.

4.2 overs (0 runs) Right back to the bowler and it’s KILLED! Flat and round off, slower in the air. Smith slams it straight back to Ravi Bishnoi, who didn’t expect it to come back. Dropped.

4.1 overs (0 runs) This one lands outside and turns inside. Smith looks to clip it late but mistimes it.

Spin from both ends. Ravi Bishnoi to bowl from the other end.

3.6 overs (0 runs) Bowls it flat and outside off, Short again tries to sweep but misses.

3.5 overs (4 runs) FOUR! Bad bowling here. Axar Patel bowls it short and pushes it on the leg side, Short slog-sweeps it through square leg for a boundary.

3.4 overs (0 runs) Throws it up, outside, slows it down. Short tries to sweep but inside edges it on the pads.

3.3 overs (0 runs) Flat and on, Short slams it to covers.

3.2 overs (4 runs) FOUR! Nothing new here, even Axar Patel gives width to the Aussie batter. This is outside off, short and it is cut through covers for a boundary.

3.1 overs (0 runs) Tossed up on by, this is hit to the lid.

Spin immediately. Axar Patel is in the attack.

2.6 overs (0 runs) It was unlike Smith. Length ball, outside off. Smith gets inside the line of the ball to sweep but gets into a tangle. Gets a top edge wide of Singh and well in front of short mid-wicket.

2.5 overs (1 run) Length and exterior of. Shortcuts it to the left of the backward point. A diving save from Axar Patel there. Only one.

2.4 overs (0 runs) A length ball on, Short turns it to mid on.

2.3 overs (1 run) Fuller and outside off, Smith plays it through covers, deep cover was placed this time. One.

2.2 overs (0 runs) Touch fuller and around off, Smith pushes it back to the bowler, plays off the toe end of his blade.

2.1 overs (0 runs) Drops it short and around off, Smith looks to pull but misses.

1.6 overs (4 runs) FOUR! Find the hole! On a length and around off, Short thumps it through mid-wicket for a boundary. He is also off the mark.

1.5 overs (1 run) A SINGLE! Well bowled though. A yorker on, Smith taps it to cover and calls for a quick single. The fielder hits the keeper’s end, but Short was well inside.

1.4 overs (0 runs) Full and on middle, Smith eases it to mid on.

1.3 overs (4 runs) FOUR! It’s a shot. Third boundary already for Smith. A length ball, outside off, this is just too easy for Smith as he smashes it through point, this time to the right of the fielder for four runs.

1.2 overs (0 runs) This is full and outside, swings away. Smith uses his feet and swings but misses.

1.1 overs (4 runs) FOUR! Cut away! Length ball, outside off, too much width again and Smith hammers it through point for four. No chance for the fielder.

Prasidh Krishna to toast from the other end.

0.6 over (1 run) Short in length and on the pads. Short whips it off the air and to deep square leg for a single. 7 runs from the first over.

0.5 over (1 run) Goodbye Ben! A yorker swinging on the pads. Short fails to cut and it rolls to deep square leg for a single.

0.4 over (1 run) Goodbye Ben! Too straight on the pillows. Smith misses his flick and it goes off the pads to square leg for a leg bye.

0.3 overs (4 runs) FOUR! Australia is on! Not a good delivery. Tossed up, outside off, gives too much width, allowing Smith to free his arms, smashes it through covers for a boundary.

0.2 overs (0 runs) Short in length and on leg, swings away from Smith who comes across to flick but misses. However, not given as a broad.

0.1 over (0 runs) A length ball outside off, a bit of swing. Smith tries to defend and inside edges it to mid-wicket, aerially but well short.

Time for the national anthems. It will be the Aussies first followed by the hosts. All ready for action. Steven Smith and Matthew Short open for Australia. Arshdeep Singh to bowl first. A drop in place. Let’s go…

So many of the Australian players who played in the final will be rested. Only Steven Smith, Josh Inglis and Marcus Stoinis remain in the XI. For India, Suryakumar Yadav is the only player who made it to the final. It will be interesting to see if experience plays a big role in this game.

INDIA (Playing XI) – Ruturaj Gaikwad, Yashasvi Jaiswal, Ishan Kishan (WK), Suryakumar Yadav (C), Tilak Varma, Rinku Singh, Axar Patel, Ravi Bishnoi, Arshdeep Singh, Mukesh Kumar, Prasidh Krishna.

AUSTRALIA (Playing XI) – Steven Smith, Matthew Short, Josh Inglis, Aaron Hardie, Marcus Stoinis, Tim David, Matthew Wade (C/WK), Sean Abbott, Nathan Ellis, Jason Behrendorff, Tanveer Sangha.

Matthew Wade says they would have bowled first as the wicket looks sticky and dew may come into play. Adding that it is a privilege to play for Australia. There are only 10-12 matches left before the T20I World Cup and they are looking forward. Information about the team.

Suryakumar Yadav says they will bowl first as he can play a role later. Adds that it was hard to digest the last few days, but he’s looking forward to this series. Shares many of them have played a lot of cricket, they just need to be calm and express themselves. Information about the team.

TOSS – India have won the toss and will BOWL.

Australia have retained more players from the World Cup final than India and that tells you how quickly they have moved on from the triumph. Unlike India who have expectedly rested a few big names but are not writing them off yet as they have an abundance of talent in their side. Australia have a mix of experience along with a couple of youngsters in the bag. Will the Australians continue to have a great tour of India or will the young men in blue start the new journey on a bright note? We’ll find out soon enough. Throw and keep coming up.

Hello and welcome everyone to the first of the five T20Is between India and Australia. Indian fans have not yet fully digested the bitter loss against this same opponent and here they are already waking up to the next task. The ODI World Cup is done and dusted and all eyes will be on the T20I World Cup next year. For these two giant teams, the preparation starts right here, right now.

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