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Match Preview: India vs Australia, Australia in India 2023 2nd T20I

Cricket  •  26 Nov, 2023  •  13,657 Views  •  ⭐ 4.4

Written by Anand Swami

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The excitement of T20 cricket continues as India and Australia gear up for their 2nd T20I in the ongoing series. Following a World Cup packed with action but lacking last-ball thrillers, this bilateral series promises high-octane cricket. The opener was a testament to this, with dramatic finishes and outstanding individual performances. Now, the focus shifts to Thiruvananthapuram, where both teams will look to outperform each other in what promises to be another enthralling encounter.


Venue Insights

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The pitch at Greenfield International Stadium is renowned for being slow and favouring bowlers, making it a tough ground for batsmen to score freely. This characteristic of the pitch notably aids spin bowlers, who often thrive and create challenges for the batsmen. Although past matches at this venue have generally been low-scoring, the upcoming encounter between India and Australia is expected to be fiercely competitive.

This anticipation stems from the quality of the teams and their adaptability to varying conditions, setting the stage for an intriguing battle despite the traditionally challenging nature of the pitch.



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India's recent streak in T20 Internationals is impressive, boasting five consecutive wins. This success is partly attributed to Suryakumar Yadav's resurgence in form, especially in the shorter format, where he has been a dominant force. The bowling department, led by players like Mukesh Kumar, has compensated for the absence of some key players. Mukesh's diverse bowling techniques, including slower deliveries and yorkers, were particularly effective in the final overs of the series opener. However, India faces challenges in its lower-middle order, as seen in their near slip-up in the previous game.

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