IND vs AUS T20Is: The Australian Cricket staff is on a protracted journey to India. The Aussies are presently taking part in within the ODI World Cup 2023, the place they’ve confirmed a spot within the semifinals, courtesy of a superhuman knock from Glenn Maxwell. The Aussies performed an ODI sequence in India in a gown rehearsal for the World Cup and can keep right here for a T20I sequence submit the big-ticket event. However there’s reportedly a twist within the venue for the sport.
India and Australia will probably be taking part in 5 T20Is in a sequence ranging from November 23 and in keeping with a report in Sportstar, the venue for the fifth T20I has been shifted from the Rajiv Gandhi Worldwide Stadium in Hyderabad to the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru as a result of police division’s concern over offering safety on election outcomes day in Telangana. The fifth and closing T20I of the sequence is about to be performed on December 3, the identical date when election ends in the Telangana meeting will come. The voting is being held on November 30.
“The police division didn’t give us the requisite permission to host the match as on that day the counting will occur. It’s actually unlucky, however we will’t do a lot,” a Hyderabad Cricket Affiliation official mentioned as quoted by Sportstar.
The official continued that the division requested for a change within the schedule nevertheless it couldn’t materialise. We had a number of conferences with the BCCI and requested them for a change in schedule. “We might have hosted on December 4, however the board mentioned that the tickets to Australia are already booked they usually can’t reschedule the sport. Australia will probably be taking a morning flight to New Delhi on December 4 and can then head to their nation,” it added.
India’s T20I sequence in opposition to Australia will kickstart on November 23 in Vishakapatnam, whereas the second contest will probably be held in Thiruvananthapuram on November 26. The third and fourth contests will probably be held in Guwahati and Nagpur on November 28 and December 1, respectively. India are but to announce their squad for the sequence, whereas the Aussies have made Matthew Wade their captain for it.
Australia’s T20I squad:
Matthew Wade (c), Jason Behrendorff, Sean Abbott, Tim David, Nathan Ellis, Travis Head, Josh Inglis, Glenn Maxwell, Kane Richardson, Tanveer Sangha, Matt Quick, Steve Smith, Marcus Stoinis, David Warner, Adam Zampa.
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