After the high scoring contest at Guwahati, both India and South Africa will now travel to Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore for the 3rd and final T20I. Inspite of it being a dead rubber, both teams will look to win it, as it is their last T20I before the T20 World Cup in Australia

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Here is the head-to-head record of both the teams as they play the 3rd T20I at the Holkar Cricket Stadium:

1. This is the first time that the South African team will be playing a T20I at this ground.

2. India, on the other hand, has played only two matches at this venue. India has won both of them.

3. India’s last five T20Is (most recent from the left): W W W W L

4. Australia’s last five T20Is: L L W W W 

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Here are some of the stats of T20Is at the Holkar Cricket Stadium:

1. No. of matches played here: 2

2. No. of matches won by the team batting first: 1

3. No. of matches won by the team batting second: 1

4.Average score for the team batting first: 201

5. Average score for the team batting second: 158

6. Highest score at the Holkar Cricket Stadium: 260/5 (India – 2017)

7. Lowest score at the Holkar Cricket Stadium: 142/9 (Sri Lanka – 2020)

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Here’s the pitch report of the Holkar Cricket Stadium:

The pitch at Holkar Stadium has a steady bounce, giving the batsmen freedom to play their shots. The stadium’s extremely small boundaries, one of the smallest in India, may make bowlers’ problems worse. This field has already hosted some high-scoring games, such as when India scored 260 runs against Sri Lanka in 2017, its highest T20I score.