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Australia vs India 2020-21 1st ODI Live Score

Date : Nov 27 2020, Fri - 09:10 AM (IST)
Venue : Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia
Match Info
Match Australia vs India, India in Australia 2020/21
Date Nov 27 2020, Fri - 09:10 AM (IST)
Toss -
Venue Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia
Umpires -
Australia Squad -
India Squad -
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Match Facts
  • India's Mohammed Shami (50) has taken more wickets in men's ODIs since the beginning of 2019 than any other player; Australian duo Adam Zampa and Pat Cummins (43 each) are ranked joint-second.
  • David Warner (Australia) boasts an ODI batting average of 57.2 at the Sydney Cricket Ground, the highest of any player in the men's format (min. 10 innings); he's made two centuries and one half-century in his last five innings at the venue.
  • Virat Kohli (India) had a dot ball percentage of just 30.4% in the last men's ODI series between Australia and India, the lowest of any player to have faced at least 20 balls throughout that campaign.
  • Pat Cummins has taken the wicket of India's Shikhar Dhawan in three of Dhawan’s last five ODI innings against Australia, beating him on the front foot on each occasion.
  • Aaron Finch is just 17 shy of becoming the 16th Australian to log 5,000 runs in men's ODIs; he's notched a half-century in three of his last six ODI innings and hasn't been dismissed for a single-figure in any of his last 10.
  • India have lost each of their three men's ODIs away from home in 2020; the last time they lost more in succession outside India was a four-game stretch in January 2016 – all four of those defeats were against Australia.
  • Australia have won 11 of their last 13 men's ODIs at the Sydney Cricket Ground, including their last two on the bounce; one of their two defeats in that stretch came against India in January 2016.
  • Australia have won 14 of their 16 previous men's ODIs against India at the Sydney Cricket Ground; however, both of their defeats in that period have come within their last five meetings at the iconic Sydney venue.
  • India have won five of their last seven bilateral men's ODI series against Australia, including a 2-1 win in their last such series on Australian soil in early 2019.
  • India have won 12 of their last 18 men's ODIs against Australia, including their last two on the bounce.