India vs Australia - 5th ODI International Preview & Prediction

India vs Australia - 5th ODI International Preview & Prediction

Peter Handscomb struck his maiden ODI hundred and Ashton Turner smashed a blistering 84 not out to secure Australia's series-levelling four-wicket victory against India in the high-scoring fourth one-day worldwide in Mohali on Sunday. The first of these is that England have four of the top 10, all scored since the last World Cup in 2015 to underline their status as likely favourites for this year's edition of the tournament.

The series decider will be played in Delhi on Wednesday.

The Indian cricket team was granted permission to wear camouflage caps during a one-day worldwide against Australia in Ranchi, the ICC said Monday.

The Australians chase was off to a rocky start as Aaron Finch was bowled by Indian pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumnar in the very first over. "High scoring chase is always special. Once the dew came on, we noticed there wasn't much spin, which helped us play our natural game", he said. It just gives you so much competition.

"To chase down 360 [359] against India in India, the boys are going to take so much confidence from that, not only going into the next game but going on to Pakistan and looking forward to the World Cup".

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The pitch at the Punjab Cricket Association appears to be the best batting track of the series, with a small covering of grass expected to favor the seamers early.

The on-field call was upheld and Australia lost Finch and their sole review.

The pair put on a sensational third-wicket stand of 192 before Ashton Turner, in just his second ODI global, finished the job with a fantastic 84 off just 43 balls after he had replaced Marcus Stoinis in the side and he will keep his place for the deciding match. Khawaja has played two back to back good knocks and the side will look forward to him to play another crucial hand in the final tie. "This is the least we can do for them when an global match is being held", Sharma said.

"There's absolutely no misunderstanding in the ICC about our position", Mani said late Sunday in Karachi.

DRS has been in the spotlight throughout this Australia series and has been criticised for being inconsistent. It is a case of him failing in one game and trust me, he is no robot.

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