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Right then, Australia have posted a fighting total on the board, but their bowlers will need to be absolutely on point to stop the hosts. India will be confident that they have enough quality in their ranks to gun this total down and take an early lead in the series. Join us in a bit to see how the chase unfolds.

The man of the moment for India, Mohammad Shami, is in for a chat. He says that the pacers enjoy each other’s success. Adds that this is the result of them spending the last 7-8 years together. Reckons that with the new ball, he has the responsibility of setting the tempo. Feels that there was not much help from the surface and hence, it was important to use the cutters.

India, on the other hand, was very good with the ball and KL Rahul utilised his assets well but he will be a bit disappointed with his keeping in this game. They played with only five bowlers but that did not affect them that much. Mohammad Shami set the tone by getting rid of Mitchell Marsh early and when the hosts needed a breakthrough, it was him again who dismissed Steven Smith. However, Shreyas Iyer will think that if he hadn’t dropped David Warner then they could have restricted the Aussies to a lower total. Ravindra Jadeja got the big wicket of Warner while Ravichandran Ashwin on his comeback got the in-form Marnus Labuschagne which helped India gain control of this game. At the death, they did concede a few boundaries, but Shami ran through the lower middle order of the visitors and registered a fine five-for while Shardul Thakur remained the only one without a wicket in this game.

Australia struggled initially and losing Mitchell Marsh in the very first over did not help either. Steven Smith wasn’t able to find his timing right but David Warner looked good and played more freely after getting a life as he went on to register a nice half-century but got out just after which shifted the momentum a bit. They added 94 runs together but the visitors failed to build long partnerships after that as both Smith and Marnus Labuschagne couldn’t convert their starts into a big score. Despite their long batting order, they were not that aggressive and it looked like they went into a shell. Cameron Green also got a start but a huge mix-up in the middle with Josh Inglis cost him his wicket. However, a 62-run stand between Inglis and Marcus Stoinis towards the end of the innings took Australia to a competitive score.

A quality bowling performance from India! Mohammad Shami led from the front with a brilliant five-wicket haul which is also the first by any Indian bowler against the Aussies on home soil that helped the hosts restrict Australia to 276. The visitors will be a bit unhappy as looking at their team, they would have hoped for something around or over 300, but their bowlers will like this challenge against this top opposition.

49.6 overs (2 Runs) OUT! RUN OUT! Australia have been bowled out on the last ball of their innings! Shardul Thakur bowls full and near the tramline on off, Pat Cummins makes room and has to reach out for the delivery. Carves it towards deep point where Suryakumar Yadav relays the back towards Ravindra Jadeja. The latter fails to pick it up cleanly and the batters think of stealing a third. Jadeja recovers well and fires an accurate throw to KL Rahul at the batting end, who takes the bails off calmly to catch Adam Zampa well short of his crease. Australia end up with 276 on the board! IND vs AUS: 1st ODI: WICKET! Adam Zampa run out (Ravindra Jadeja / KL Rahul) 2 (2b, 0x4, 0x6). AUS 276/10 (50.0 Ov). CRR: 5.52

49.5 overs (2 Runs) Executes the yorker, at the toes, Pat Cummins jams it out towards the vacant mid-wicket region and calls for two immediately. Ravichandran Ashwin from square leg is late to set off and does not hurl the best of throws towards the bowler. Two runs taken rather comfortably.

49.4 overs (4 Runs) FOUR! Pat Cummins finds the fence again! Shardul Thakur once again pitches this one up around off, Pat Cummins backs away a bit and smacks it through covers for a boundary. IND vs AUS: 1st ODI: Pat Cummins hits Shardul Thakur for a 4! AUS 272/9 (49.4 Ov). CRR: 5.48

49.3 overs (0 Run) An appeal for caught-behind, but turned down! KL Rahul goes for the review! This is full and outside off, Pat Cummins throws his bat at it but misses as Rahul collects it. However, UltraEdge shows no bat involved and it is Not Out. India lose their review!

49.2 overs (4 Runs) FOUR! Deft touch! Shardul Thakur bowls this right in the blackhole, on off, Pat Cummins opens the face of the bat just in time and squeezes it towards the third man fence for a boundary. IND vs AUS: 1st ODI: Pat Cummins hits Shardul Thakur for a 4! AUS 268/9 (49.2 Ov). CRR: 5.43

49.1 overs (1 Run) Back of a length, on middle, Adam Zampa tucks it towards deep square leg and gets off strike.

Shardul Thakur to bowl the last over. He has conceded 65 runs in his nine overs.

48.6 overs (6 Runs) SIX! Up, up and away! Mohammad Shami serves this full and in the slot, on middle, Pat Cummins clears his front leg away and smokes it way over the long on fence for a biggie. IND vs AUS: 1st ODI: It's a SIX! Pat Cummins hits Mohammad Shami. AUS 263/9 (49.0 Ov). CRR: 5.37

48.5 overs (1 Run) On a yorker length, on middle, Adam Zampa gets his bat down in time and jams it out to deep mid-wicket for a single.

Adam Zampa is the last man in.

48.4 overs (0 Run) OUT! DRAGGED ON! Five-wicket haul for Mohammad Shami! Bowls yet another off cutter, on a good length, on off, Sean Abbott gives himself room to slap it through the off side. Swings his bat a bit too hard and ends up chopping the ball back onto the stumps. Sham is delighted and so he should be. Australia continue to lose wickets towards the backend.

48.3 overs (2 Runs) At the stumps, full in length, Sean Abbott drives it hard and back past the bowler for a couple of runs.

Sean Abbott comes out to the middle now.

48.2 overs (0 Run) OUT! TAKEN! Mohammad Shami rolls his fingers over the ball and serves it on middle, on a good length, Matthew Short waits for the ball to arrive and swats it across the line. Does not get the elevation and hits it flat and straight down the throat of deep mid-wicket where Suryakumar Yadav does the rest. Shami has four now, can he finish with a five-wicket haul? IND vs AUS: 1st ODI: WICKET! Matthew Short c Suryakumar Yadav b Mohammad Shami 2 (4b, 0x4, 0x6). AUS 254/8 (48.2 Ov). CRR: 5.26

48.1 overs (1 Run) Full and on middle, Pat Cummins backs away and drills it down to long on for a single.

47.6 overs (0 Run) Takes pace once more, on a length, Matthew Short swings across the line, only to connect with thin air.

47.5 overs (1 Run) In the air…but safe! Pace off again, on a length, outside off, Pat Cummins tries to go down the ground but gets undone by the lack of pace. Skies it high in the air but luckily for him, the ball drops right between backtracking Jasprit Bumrah and Shreyas Iyer sprinting in from extra cover.

47.4 overs (1 Run) Fullish delivery, on middle, Matthew Short squeezes it out to long on for a single.

47.3 overs (1 Run) Another off pace delivery, short and on off, Pat Cummins dabs it towards backward point and opens his account with a single. Jadeja wanted to have a shy at the stumps but Bumrah instructed him not to.

Pat Cummins is the next man in.

47.2 overs (0 Run) OUT! CAUGHT! Jasprit Bumrah gets into the wicket-taking act now! Australia are losing their way as they have now lost both set batters. Bumrah hurls another off cutter, back of a length, outside off, Josh Inglis reaches out to go through the off side but does not read the change of pace. Gets foxed and plays his shot way too early. Ends up lobbing it tamely towards extra cover where Shreyas Iyer completes the easies of catches. Bumrah has his first wicket and Australia are now 7 down. IND vs AUS: 1st ODI: WICKET! Josh Inglis c Shreyas Iyer b Jasprit Bumrah 45 (45b, 3x4, 2x6). AUS 250/7 (47.2 Ov). CRR: 5.28

47.1 overs (0 Run) Bowls a off cutter, on a length, outside off, Josh Inglis goes for the reverse paddle but it does not come off.

46.6 overs (1 Run) Just outside off, on a length, Josh Inglis dabs it to the left of backward point and gets across for a quick single. Jadeja throws at the batting end but does not hit.

46.5 overs (1 Run) Lands it on the off stump line, on a good length, Matthew Short pushes it towards extra without any foot movement. Takes a single and opens his account in ODI cricket.

Matthew Short comes out to the middle now on his debut.

46.4 overs (0 Run) OUT! CLEANED HIM UP! Mohammad Shami has the last laugh as he gets his man eventually! Continues to bowl from over the wicket and bowls straight at the stumps, on a length, a hint of tail in, Marcus Stoinis clears his front leg and goes for a mighty heave across the line. He misses it altogether and sees his woodwork rattled. Australia needed Stoinis to bat through but he departs in his quest to take Shami on.

46.3 overs (4 Runs) FOUR! Powered down the ground! In the slot by Mohammad Shami, on middle, Marcus Stoinis stays put and with a still head, thumps it back over the umpire’s head for four more runs. IND vs AUS: 1st ODI: Marcus Stoinis hits Mohammad Shami for a 4! AUS 248/5 (46.3 Ov). CRR: 5.33

46.2 overs (4 Runs) FOUR! Innovation at it’s best! Shami looks to bowl on a yorker length but serves a low full toss, on middle, Marcus Stoinis shuffles to the off side and paddles it well wide of short fine leg for a boundary. IND vs AUS: 1st ODI: Marcus Stoinis hits Mohammad Shami for a 4! AUS 244/5 (46.2 Ov). CRR: 5.27

46.1 overs (2 Runs) 2 Leg byes! Bowls it at the pads, on a good length, Marcus Stoinis tries to help it away by using the pace of the ball. The ball drops in the vacant backward square leg region off his pads for a couple of leg byes.

45.6 overs (0 Run) Nails the yorker, on middle, Josh Inglis gets his bat down in time and digs it out back to the bowler.

45.5 overs (2 Runs) Strays down leg, on a good length, Josh Inglis gets inside the line and tickles it to the left of fine leg. Comes back for the second run with ease. Good running!

45.4 overs (0 Run) Back of a length on this occasion, outside off, Josh Inglis looks to get on top of the bounce to punch it through the off side. Miscues it towards backward square leg.

45.3 overs (0 Run) Takes pace off and bowls an off cutter, on a length, on the off stump line, Josh Inglis has a swipe across the line but gets undone by the lack of pace. Gets an inside edge onto his pads and the ball rolls behind the wicket.

45.2 overs (6 Runs) SIX! Inglis gets it away this time! Bumrah goes full and around off, Josh Inglis moves leg side and gives himself up. Goes inside out and picks the bones out of it. Clears the cover fence for a maximum. IND vs AUS: 1st ODI: It's a SIX! Josh Inglis hits Jasprit Bumrah. AUS 236/5 (45.2 Ov). CRR: 5.21

45.1 overs (0 Run) Angling in, on a good length, at the batter, Josh Inglis swings across the line to swipe it away. Gets an inside edge onto his front pad.

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