IND vs AUS T20 Series: Comparing Past Performance of India and Australia in the Last 5 T20I Matches

With an understanding of the last 5 matches, it can be said that the performance of both the teams has been steady and they have some of the best openers, fielders and bowlers with respect to international cricket.

Photo Credit- BCCI (Twitter)

 

The 3 match T20I series between India and Australia is about to start from 20 September. The first match of this series will be played in Mohali followed by matches in Nagpur and Hyderabad. India’s T20 series with Australia and South Africa ahead of the World Cup will show many shortcomings and provide an opportunity for team management to correct them and prepare themselves for the world cup.

Along with India and Australia, South Africa is also considered to be one of the strongest teams in international cricket. However, timing is not always the same for everyone. India’s situation in the last T20 matches (Asia Cup) was also below normal. As a result, it was eliminated from the Asia Cup final. At the same time, the condition of Australia has also been the same. Let us take a look at the last 5 T20 matches of India and Australia.

India’s Performance in Last 5 T20I Matches

 

  • First Match – IND vs PAK: Won by 4 wickets
  • Second Match – IND vs HK: Won by 40 runs
  • Third Match – IND vs PAK: Lost by 6 wickets
  • Fourth Match – IND vs SL: Lost by 3 wickets
  • Fifth Match – IND vs AFG: Won by 101 runs

 

Australia’s Performance in Last 5 T20I Matches

 

  • First Match – AUS vs SL: Lost by 4 wickets
  • Second Match – AUS vs SL: Won by 3 wickets
  • Third Match – AUS vs SL: Won by 10 wickets
  • Fourth Match – AUS vs PAK: Won by 3 wickets
  • Fifth Match – AUS vs SL:  Won by 5 wickets

 

With an understanding of the last 5 matches, it can be said that the performance of both the teams has been steady and they have some of the best openers, fielders and bowlers with respect to international cricket. Starting from Tuesday, it is to be seen which team is completely ready for the World Cup battle.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More