Australia vs India ODI and T20I Cricket Series 2014-15


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India in Australia Cricket Series 2016

Jan 8 to Jan 31, 2016

India to play ODIs and T20Is on Australian tour

Five ODIs and three Twenty20 internationals.
India vs Australia Cricket Series 2016

Victoria Bitter Series of One-Day Internationals

Fifth ODI: India vs Australia at Sydney

Pandey ton proves lucky for India

In the first ever successful 300-plus chase against Australia in Australia, India did it with six wickets in hand. Manish Pandey, who came in when India had lost a bit of impetus with the quick wickets of Shikhar Dhawan (78) and Virat Kohli (8), kept his cool and played his shots and stayed there till the end making 104 in the process. Rohit Sharma was out on 99. He went past 400 runs in the series and 5000 in ODIs.

Manish Pandey is the man of the match and Rohit Sharma is the man of the series.

Sydney ODI: India 331/4 (MK Pandey 104*, RG Sharma 99, S Dhawan 78; 49.4 ov) beat Australia 330/7 (Warner 122, MR Marsh 102*) by 6 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)

Fourth ODI: India vs Australia at Canberra

Dhawan, Kohli tons not enough

India lost the 4th ODI after losing the final nine wickets for 46 runs. India were cruising towards the target of 348, and were 277/2 at the loss of Shikhar Dhawan’s wicket.

Canberra ODI: Australia 348/8 (AJ Finch 107, DA Warner 93) beat India 323 all out (S Dhawan 126, V Kohli 106, KW Richardson 5-68; 49.2 overs) by 25 runs

Third ODI: India vs Australia at Melbourne

Kohli's ton can't keep Aussies away from victory

Glenn Maxwell was the Man of the Match.

Melbourne ODI: Australia 296/7 (GJ Maxwell 96; 48.5 Ovs) beat India 295/6 (V Kohli 117) by 3 wkts (with 7 balls remaining)

Second ODI: India vs Australia at Brisbane

Rohit's second ton also in vain as hosts chase down 308

Just like in Perth, Rohit Sharma scored another century and kept India's innings together, but the batting didn't get nearly enough in the final overs. Rohit has scored 295 off 290 balls out of India's 617 runs so far in the series, and has gotten out only once. Ajinkya Rahane (89) and skipper Virat Kohli (59) were the other notable contributors. India's efforts were vershadowed by Australia's collective batting might as they easily raced to a seven-wicket victory in the second cricket one-dayer. Captain Steve Smith (46) and George Bailey (76 not out) played key roles for the hosts.

Brisbane ODI: Australia 309/3 (Bailey 76*) beat India 308/8 (Rohit 124, Rahane 89) by 7 wickets with 6 balls remaining

First ODI: India vs Australia at Perth

Rohit ton in vain as hosts chase down 309

Australian skipper Steve Smith's 149 overshadowed a brilliant century by Rohit Sharma, as the hosts defeated India by 5 wickets in Perth. Rohit Sharma's ninth ODI century came off 122 balls with three sixes and seven fours. He remained not out on 171, with seven sixes and 13 fours in the process. His last five hundreds have been 171, 150, 137, 138 and 264.

Smith (149 from 135 balls) and Bailey (112 from 120) were involved in a 242-run partnership which helped Australia complete the highest ever successful one-day chase at the WACA.

Perth ODI: Australia 310/5 (Smith 149, Bailey 112) beat India 309/3 (Rohit Sharma 171*, Virat Kohli 91) by 5 wkts with 4 balls remaining

KFC T20 Internationals

India win series 3-0

India whitewashed Australia in the T20 series winning all the three matches. With this win, they have moved from No. 8 at the start of this series to No. 1 in T20 Internationals. They are now No. 1 in both Tests and T20Is.

Virat Kohli was named the Man of the Series for scoring 199 runs in the 3-match series.

3rd T20I: Australia vs India at Sydney

India 200/3 (RG Sharma 52, V Kohli 50, SK Raina 49*) beat Australia 197/5 (SR Watson 124*) by 7 wickets

2nd T20I: Australia vs India at Melbourne

India 184/3 (RG Sharma 60, V Kohli 59*) beat Australia 157/8 (AJ Finch 74) by 27 runs

1st T20I: Australia vs India at Adelaide

India 188/3 (V Kohli 90*) beat Australia 151 (JJ Bumrah 3-23) by 37 runs

Schedule

Tue Jan 12
11:20 local (03:20 GMT | 22:20 EST -1d)
1st ODI - Australia vs India Western Australia Cricket Association Ground, Perth
Fri Jan 15
13:20 local (03:20 GMT | 22:20 EST -1d)
2nd ODI - Australia vs India Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane
Sun Jan 17
14:20 local (03:20 GMT | 22:20 EST -1d)
3rd ODI - Australia vs India Melbourne Cricket Ground
Wed Jan 20
14:20 local (03:20 GMT | 22:20 EST -1d)
4th ODI - Australia vs India Manuka Oval, Canberra
Sat Jan 23
14:20 local (03:20 GMT | 22:20 EST -1d)
5th ODI - Australia vs India Sydney Cricket Ground
Tue Jan 26
18:08 local (07:38 GMT | 02:38 EST)
1st T20I - Australia vs India Adelaide Oval
Fri Jan 29
19:38 local (08:38 GMT | 03:38 EST)
2nd T20I - Australia vs India Melbourne Cricket Ground
Sun Jan 31
19:38 local (08:38 GMT | 03:38 EST)
3rd T20I - Australia vs India Sydney Cricket Ground

India tour Australia

India will play 5 One Day Internationals and 3 Twenty20 Internationals against Australia in their 2015-16 home season opener. The five-match Victoria Bitter Series of One-Day Internationals and three KFC T20 Internationals will be played between January 12 and 31, 2016. India had travelled to Australia in November 2014 for 4 Tests and had also played in a tri-series involving hosts and England before the ICC World Cup 2015 last year. India lost the Test series and failed to make the final of tri-series. They did not win a single match during the tour, for the first time in 47 years.

Australia tour of India, Oct 2010

Australia In India - 2 test matches, 3 ODIs, Oct 1-24, 2010

Schedule Match Venue
Fri Oct 1 - Tue Oct 5
04:00 GMT | 09:30 local 00:00 EDT | 23:00 CDT -1d | 21:00 PDT -1d
1st Test - India v Australia Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh
Sat Oct 9 - Wed Oct 13
04:00 GMT | 09:30 local 00:00 EDT | 23:00 CDT -1d | 21:00 PDT -1d
2nd Test - India v Australia M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
Sun Oct 17
03:30 GMT | 09:00 local 23:30 EDT -1d | 22:30 CDT -1d | 20:30 PDT -1d
1st ODI - India v Australia Nehru Stadium, Kochi
Wed Oct 20
09:00 GMT | 14:30 local 05:00 EDT | 04:00 CDT | 02:00 PDT
2nd ODI - India v Australia Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam
Sun Oct 24
03:30 GMT | 09:00 local 23:30 EDT -1d | 22:30 CDT -1d | 20:30 PDT -1d
3rd ODI - India v Australia Nehru Stadium, Fatorda, Margao


Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.