Given that a shortened game permitted both Rohit Sharma and Aaron Finch to frontload their lineups and play a bowler short, India and Australia are unlikely to spend too much time dissecting their 16-over shootout at Nagpur.

They’ll travel over to Hyderabad right away in the hopes of reaching a more equitable decision at the conclusion of this brief struggle, attempting to exploit weaknesses in the opposition while trying to plug some of their own in preparation for upcoming tests that will be more difficult.

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The bowling certainly is where both have weaknesses. India is struggling to establish balance and form in that area, whereas Australia may have the luxury of relying upon Mitchell Starc when they return home.

Rohit and Rahul Dravid are in an odd position given that much of the focus of their pre-World Cup preparation has been on educating the larger cricketing community about their new batting philosophy.

Jasprit Bumrah‘s comeback after a few months away was a blessing, but if India is to compete for the trophies they will contend for tomorrow and a month from now, the other players, including Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Yuzvendra Chahal, and even Harshal Patel, must step up.

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Particularly Harshal hasn’t had the best comeback from his own injury, giving up 49 in Mohali and then 32 from only two overs in Nagpur. For India’s sake, Axar Patel has provided some relief amidst all the puzzlement.

There have been 25 T20Is between the Men in Blue and the Kangaroos, with 14 victories going to India and 10 to Australia. One encounter between the two teams had no winner.

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– In Twenty20 Internationals, Aaron Finch (293) needs seven more fours to reach 300.

– In T20 international matches, Pat Cummins (45) needs five more victims to reach 50 wickets.

– One more game will separate Hardik Pandya (149) from 150 appearances in international cricket.

– Just one six is required for Aaron Finch (249) to reach 250 maximums across all forms.

– Dinesh Karthik (146) needs four more international cricket catches to achieve 150.

– Ashton Agar (47) needs three more victories to reach 50 T20I wickets.

– To beat Shikhar Dhawan (689 runs in 2018) and exceed Suryakumar (613) as the Indian batter with the highest runs in T20Is in a calendar year, 77 runs are needed.

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– In T20 international games, Hardik Pandya (964) needs 36 runs to reach 1000 runs.

– Two wickets separate Josh Hazlewood (48) from the milestone of 50 wickets in the shortest international format.

– Suryakumar (37), who will be 42 in 2021, needs six more sixes to overcome Mohammad Rizwan (42), breaking the record for the man with the most maximums in T20Is in a single year.

– To reach 50 catches in T20 international cricket, Virat Kohli (47) needs three more catches.

– To reach 1000 T20I runs, Steven Smith (971) needs 29 more runs.

– India (20) needs one more victory to pass Pakistan (20) and take the title of team with the most T20 International victories in a calendar year in 2021.

– To get 1000 T20I runs, Rishabh Pant (934) needs 66 runs.

– Matthew Wade (49) needs one more T20I game to reach 50 innings played.

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The series is tied 1-1 where Australia won the 1st match by 4 wickets while India bagged victory in the 2nd by 4 wickets. predicts that on September 25 (Sunday), the temperature in Hyderabad, India, would rise to 29° Celcius during the day and drop to 22° Celcius at night. Both day and night will have some clouds in the sky.

There is a 24% probability of rain during the day and a 22% chance at night. Daytime humidity will be 75%, and nighttime humidity will be 86%. Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium is a productive scoring area.

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The only T20I game played at the venue was a 2019 match between India and the West Indies. West Indies scored an impressive total of 207 in that game. India eventually succeeded in pursuing the target. The stadium’s surface is thought to be flat, and it tends to slow down as the game goes on. At the stadium, spinners will have a greater advantage than pacers.