What was the score between India and Australia in the first T20?

India vs Australia 1st T20: Australia beat India by 4 runs to lead series 1-0. Australia recorded victory by a margin of 4 runs in the first T20I between India and Australia having posted a total of 158 runs within the allotted 17 overs, resulting in a target of 174 runs for India.

When did Indian cricket team play in Australia?

They also participated in the Commonwealth Bank tri-series against Australia and Sri Lanka from 3 February to 4 March. Before heading into the Test series, only one tour game was planned for India, against Victoria. After the Second Test, a second tour game was played, against ACT Invitational XI in Canberra.

Which is the biggest win for India against Australia?

India’s 320 run victory in the second test match was also their biggest win against Australia in terms of runs, eclipsing the 222-run victory that came in Melbourne in 1977 and their biggest test win ever in terms of runs.

Which is the first match between India and Australia?

Coming on the back of a 3-0 T20I series triumph against the West Indies, India will look to extend their winning streak when they take on Australia in the first T20I of the three-match series at The Gabba in Brisbane on Wednesday.

Who was the captain of the Australian cricket team in 2013?

The Australia national cricket team toured India between 10 October to 2 November 2013, playing a Twenty20 International match and seven-match One Day International series against India. Due to an ongoing back injury, Australian captain Michael Clarke was replaced by Callum Ferguson and George Bailey captained the side.

Which is the better team India or Australia?

In the last sixteen T20I matches between the two sides, India have emerged victorious in 10 of them while Australia clinched victory in just five with one match being abandoned due to rain. Infact, the Men in Blue have even won three of their last six series against the Aussies.

How did Australia win the toss in India?

Australia won the toss and elected to bat. Virat Kohli’s century is the fastest by an Indian Cricketer in ODI: 100 off 52 balls. This is now the third highest run chase in the history of ODI cricket. All of the first five Australian batsmen made a score of fifty or more, a feat which no side had previously achieved.