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India vs Australia 2023 full schedule: Match details, venues, date and timings – All you need to know about ODI series. India vs Australia, 1st ODI Match LIVE Cricket Scorecard and Updates: KL Rahul-led Indian side will look to get off to a winning start in three-match series against Australia in Mohali on Friday.
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Team India will begin a three-match ODI series against Australia with the first game set to take place at the Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) Stadium in Mohali on Friday. The newly-crowned Asia Cup 2023 champions will look to iron out the chinks in their armour ahead of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 which begins in India next month.
Australia despite losing 2-3 to South Africa recently had a quality series even as skipper Pat Cummins’ injury keeps bothering them. Travis Head’s injury gave Marnus Labuschagne a chance which he has taken with both hands but it will be Australia’s bowling attack that will be put to test on three of the flattest decks that one comes across in sub-continent.
The first match of the three-match ODI series between India and Australia will be played in Mohali on 22 September. The second ODI match will be held in Indore on 24th September. After this, the last match of the series will be played in Rajkot on 27th September. The first match of the ODI series between India and Australia will be played in Mohali, the second in Indore and the third in Rajkot
- 1st ODI – 22 September – Mohali
- 2nd ODI – 24 September – Indore
- 3rd ODI – 27 September – Rajkot
KL Rahul will be captaining the squad for the first two ODIs, and Rohit Sharma will take the helm with the 15-man World Cup squad for the third ODI. There are still questions about the inclusion of Axar Patel in the squad, depending on his fitness. The left-arm spinner suffered an unfortunate blow to his forearm during the Asia Cup match against Bangladesh in Colombo.