India has faced Australia 23 times in T20Is thus far, winning 13 of the games and losing nine. In one game, there was no winner. Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in Mohali, the first T20I between India and Australia will begin.
Tuesday at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium in Mohali will be the start of a three-game T20I series between India and Australia (September 20). It will be the ninth game played on Indian soil. The 24th T20I between the two teams.
Australia has won nine of the past 23 matches, while ndia has won 13 of them. One game ended without a winner. India has faced Australia seven times at home and has won four times and lost three times.
In the previous five games versus the T20 champions, the Men in Blue have won two and lost three. When the two teams last faced off in a T20I, Australia defeated India by a score of 12-runs. the duo of Glenn Maxwell and Matthew Wade, who helped Australia win.
If India’s review of an on-field not-out lbw judgement had not been ruled. “Null and void” after left-arm seamer. T Natarajan struck the opener’s front pad, Matthew Wade’s innings might have ended at 50.
Following his second consecutive fifty, Matthew Wade went on to score a career-high 80 off 53 balls. Glenn Maxwell used his signature trick shots to get to 54 off of 36 balls while having at least two lives.
In India’s attack, T Natarajan once more demonstrated the point of difference, holding Australia at the very last moment. However, Mitchell Swepson (3/23) and Adam Zampa (1/21) ultimately came to their rescue. In 170 matches played so far, India, which is ranked No. 1 in the ICC Rankings. India has won 114, lost 57, tied three, and abandoned five.
Australia, on the other side, has played 162 games thus far and has won 85, lost 71, tied three, and abandoned three. According to the most recent ICC Men’s Rankings. The T20 World Champions are rated sixth.