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India vs Australia: Full Schedule, Match Dates And Venues, Itinerary Of India's Tour Of Australia
Australia vs india 2020: detailed match schedule, venues and dates of india's tour of australia, which includes three odis, three t20is and four test matches..
- The tour begins on November 27 with the first ODI
- The ODI series will be followed by T20I series and Test series
- Virat Kohli will be departing after the first Test match
With the Indian cricket team finally resuming action, Virat Kohli and his men will be eyeing for glory in their tour of Australia. Team India will be brimming with confidence after the recently concluded Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020, which took place in United Arab Emirates. The sides will face each other in three One-day Internationals (ODIs), three Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is), and a four-match Test series. India were last supposed to play a three-match ODI series against South Africa at home. The first match was abandoned without a ball being bowled and then the BCCI called-off the series due to coronavirus.
Australia lost a T20I series 1-2 to England while registering a 2-1 win in the ODIs. These matches took place in September.
The India tour begins on November 27, with the first ODI. Also, captain Virat Kohli will be departing after the first Test match due to a paternity leave granted by the BCCI. He and his wife Anushka Sharma are expecting their first child in January 2021.
Here is the full schedule of India's tour of Australia 2020:
November 27: 1st ODI (Sydney Cricket Ground), 9:10 AM IST.
November 29: 2nd ODI (Sydney Cricket Ground), 9:10 AM IST.
December 2: 3rd ODI (Manuka Oval, Canberra), 9:10 AM IST.
December 4: 1st T20I (Manuka Oval in Canberra), 1:40 PM IST.
December 6: 2nd T20I (Sydney Cricket Ground), 1:40 PM IST.
December 8: 3rd T20I (Sydney Cricket Ground), 1:40 PM IST.
December 17-21: 1st Test (Adelaide Oval, D/N), 9:30 AM IST.
December 26-30: 2nd Test (Melbourne Cricket Ground), 5:00 AM IST.
January 7-11: 3rd Test (Sydney Cricket Ground), 5:00 AM IST.
January 15-19: 4th Test (Gabba, Brisbane), 5:30 AM IST.
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Cricket: West Indies beat Australia by eight runs in Brisbane Test
Injured pacer Shamar Joseph took seven wickets as West Indies pulled off a remarkable eight-run win in the second Test.
West Indies fast bowler Shamar Joseph bowled through pain to rip through a shell-shocked Australia and help deliver an extraordinary eight-run upset for his inexperienced side on day four of the second Test in Brisbane.
Forced to retire hurt from a toe-crushing Mitchell Starc yorker the previous evening, Joseph bounced back to claim six wickets in a session and 7-68 overall to lift West Indies to their first test win Down Under since 1997, as Australia were bowled out for 207 in pursuit of 216 on Sunday.
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Australia’s new opener Steve Smith (91 not out) farmed the strike to protect Josh Hazlewood (0), but it was to no avail as Joseph sent the tailender’s off-stump flying to register the win which sent the tourists running in celebration at the Gabba.
Before the West Indies were dismissed for 193 in their second dig, Australia skipper Pat Cummins had courageously declared at 289-9 with his side still behind the visitors’ first innings total of 311.
Australia prevailed by 10 wickets in the first Test in Adelaide, as the series ends 1-1.
Sensational. That is all. #AUSvWI #MenInMaroon pic.twitter.com/rNCJSKp7J7 — Windies Cricket (@windiescricket) January 28, 2024
Joseph, who had been sent to hospital for scans, recovered sufficiently by day four to bowl over Cameron Green (42) and Travis Head, who made a king pair, in consecutive deliveries to keep alive West Indies’ hopes.
Mitchell Marsh (10) fell next, juggled between the slip fielders, and Alex Carey (2) soon had his stumps rattled as the 24-year-old’s fiery afternoon rampage continued.
Resuming from 33 overnight, Smith continued to accumulate while Starc opted for aggression, blasting a 14-ball 21 before presenting debutant Kevin Sinclair at backward point his third catch for the game.
Cummins, caught behind, added two before becoming Joseph’s sixth victim in a lionhearted 11-over spell which reduced the hosts to 187-8 at the major break.
Alzarri Joseph (2-62) captured Nathan Lyon’s (9) bottom-edge one ball after spilling a caught-and-bowled chance to have Australia nine down and trailing by 21, forcing Smith to up the ante by scooping a six over fine leg but in the end the hosts, sensationally, fell just short.
The final margin embodies an enthralling contest in which both sides experienced periods of ascendancy, however, the West Indies, who fielded four debutantes in the series, had to overcome their share of bad luck.
“I was just thinking of the basics, get it at the top of off,” Joseph said after the win.
“I was just trying to find my rhythm and that was important for me.”
Almost 27 years since a Test victory in Australia! What a finish!👏🏿 #AUSvWI #MenInMaroon pic.twitter.com/5tVMIjLt1l — Windies Cricket (@windiescricket) January 28, 2024
‘West Indies can stand tall today’
Former West Indies captain and batting great Brian Lara, who was in the commentary box during the last moments, was in tears when the final Australian wicket went down.
Lara then lauded the team for staging a stunning win.
“Young, inexperienced, written off, this West Indies team can stand tall today, West Indies cricket can stand tall today,” he said once he had wiped away his tears.
“Congratulations to every single member of that team.”
The win has been hailed as the most remarkable win in Test cricket by former West Indies bowler and commentator Ian Bishop.
“The most remarkable Test win that I can put my mind on, given the context,” Bishop wrote in a post on X.
What a remarkable moment for Shamar Joseph and West Indies cricket. The most remarkable test win that I can put my mind on, given the context — Ian Raphael Bishop (@irbishi) January 28, 2024
Bishop revealed how a year ago Joseph was dreaming of playing first-class cricket but has now led his team to a memorable Test win.
“Test cricket is alive and well,” he said, referring to the often questioned status of the sport’s longest format.
Former Australia cricketer-turned-coach Tom Moody said the win showed that “raw talent and fighting spirit can defy all odds”.
From missing the World Cup to beating Australia at home! Sensational from the West Indies. Just so SO good. The manner in which they've done it, the remarkable story of their new young star…I don't think it's a stretch to say it's a heartwarming win. And what a match! #AUSvWI pic.twitter.com/SgZ9OCb2a2 — Aatif Nawaz (@AatifNawaz) January 28, 2024
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SL vs AFG only Test, where to watch live: TV channels and live streaming for Sri Lanka tour of Afghanistan 2024
Sri Lanka face Afghanistan in a one-off Test match in Colombo – here’s where to watch the game live on TV channels as well as live streaming platforms.
It is the first ever Test between the two teams and Afghanistan’s eighth overall. The Sri Lanka Cricket board have announced free entry for all at the SSC Ground in Colombo.
SL vs AFG: What time does the Test begin?
The match will begin at 10am Sri Lanka Standard Time (SLST) on February 2.
SL vs AFG: What are the squads for both sides?
Sri Lanka will be led by Dhananjaya de Silva and vice-captained by Kusal Mendis, with considerable experience in the form of Dinesh Chandimal and Angelo Mathews as well.
Here's your playing XI for the maiden Test against Afghanistan! #SLvAFG pic.twitter.com/WzWRaM25BC — Sri Lanka Cricket 🇱🇰 (@OfficialSLC) February 2, 2024
For Afghanistan, Rashid Khan, still recovering from his back injury, will be the one big absence – the team will be led by Hashmatullah Shahidi, and Ikram Alikhil will be the wicketkeeper.
You can check the squads for both teams here.
Sri Lanka Test Squad revealed for the clash against Afghanistan. 📣 Mark your calendars for the 2nd of February at SSC grounds, Colombo. #SLvAFG pic.twitter.com/RRwlmPUhRZ — Sri Lanka Cricket 🇱🇰 (@OfficialSLC) January 31, 2024
SL vs AFG: Where to watch Sri Lanka v Afghanistan Test live
Ariana Television Network has the broadcasting rights for the tour, and will telecast the series on the ATN network.
The matches will be telecast live on the Sony Sports Network on the following channels – Sony Sports Ten 5 and Sony Sports Ten 5 HD.
Live streaming will be available on the FanCode app.
The matches will be telecast on the TNT network – the match can be watched live on TNT 4.
In Sri Lanka
Those in Sri Lanka can watch the match live on the Sri Lanka Cricket YouTube channel below. It could be geoblocked for other locations.
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