Team India was seen practicing in full spirit for second ODI against Australia in Rajkot. Team requires win in 2nd ODI to stay in series after setback in 1st ODI.
David Warner and Aaron Finch slammed centuries as Australia beat India by 10 wickets at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Tuesday
Team India batsman Shikhar Dhawan on January 14 said the 'Men in Blue' lost the momentum in the first ODI against Australia in Mumbai after the side lost KL Rahul while batting first.
With skipper Virat Kohli stepping in to resolve India's opening puzzle, the formidable hosts will look to ensure that their enviable home run remains intact against a full-strength Australia when the two teams clash in an ODI series starting in Mumba
Australian players practiced at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai ahead of 1st ODI match against India on January 14.
It has been learnt that Pandya failed a couple of mandatory fitness tests and his scores were well below the permissible range suggesting that he is far from being fit for international cricket. In this situation, pulling him out of the India A squad
Virat Kohli's men will return to action on January 5 when the side takes on Sri Lanka in the three-match T20I series, following which India will host Australia for a three-match ODI series.
The Virat Kohli-led side cruised to victories in overseas as well as at home, promising for a bright run in 2020.
India will have their tails up whey they play West Indies in the first One-day International of the three-match rubber in Chennai on Sunday, seeking a 10th straight bilateral ODI series win against the side from the Caribbean.
KL Rahul, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli, all shined for India as the side registered a comprehensive victory over the West Indies in the series-decider at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.
A below-par score of 170 for 7 with only 38 runs in the final five overs was never going to be enough keeping the dew factor in mind and senior opener Lendl Simmons (67 * off 45 balls) seal the match for Windies.
Virat Kohli slams unbeaten 94 runs in 50 balls as India chased the 208-run target in 18.4 overs with six wickets to spare to take 1-0 lead in the three-match series.
This indicates that Jasprit Bumrah, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Mohammed Shami are almost certain to make the cut.
Security concerns meant the Cricket Association of Bengal cancelled its plan to have Army paratroopers flying into the Eden Gardens to hand over a pink ball each to the captains before the toss of the Day-Night Test.
The Indian team has arrived in Kolkata for the second Test against Bangladesh, which will be the first time ever that they will be playing a day-night Test match. The match will be played from November 22 to 26.
Rohit Sharma produced a magical innings to lead the side to 8-wicket win against Bangladesh in Rajkot.
Skipper Rohit Sharma made it a memorable 100th T20 International blending grace with brutality in his 85 off 43 balls as India cantered to a series-levelling eight-wicket victory over Bangladesh.
India would be aiming to ensure that a plucky Bangladesh don't run away with the momentum when the two sides clash in the second T20 International.
India's stand-in skipper Rohit Sharma has said that he would want to steer the team forward in the absence of Virat Kohli.
Team India ready for T20 series against Bangladesh