Host Australia will be keen to continue their winning momentum when they lock horns with India in the three-match T20I series that will begin from 4th December at Canberra.
Skipper Aaron Finch will need to lead from the front with the bat for Australia in this T20I series. Steven Smith, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc and Glenn Maxwell are experienced players for the side for the three-match T20I series.
On the other hand, India will be looking to make a strong comeback after losing the three-match ODI series. Captain Virat Kohli will lead India for this T20I series. T Natarajan, Navdeep Saini, Sanju Samson and Mayank Agarwal are new players named for the T20I series. It is interesting to see how different players perform in the upcoming Australia vs India 2020 T20I series.
Here are some of the important stats related to Australia vs India 2020 T20I series
2019 was the last time Australia won a T20I series against Australia. Aaron Finch will be hoping to continue their dominance and win their three-match series against Virat Kohli’s Indian team.
20 matches have been played between Australia and India in the T20 format. Surprisingly, India have dominated the proceedings with 11 victories. On the other hand, Australia have managed to win eight matches in the format. 1 T20I game has ended in a no-result.
5 wickets needed by Australian left-arm quick Mitchell Starc to complete 50 wickets in the 20-over format. Starc currently has taken 45 wickets in 34 matches at an average of 19.48.
206 runs required by Indian captain Virat Kohli to complete 3000 runs in the T20 format. Kohli currently has scored 2794 runs in 82 T20I matches with 24 half-centuries to his name.
288 runs needed by Australia’s Steven Smith to complete 1000 runs in T20 cricket. Smith currently has scored 712 runs in 42 T20I matches at an average of 27.38 with four half-centuries to his name.
39 runs required by India’s wicket-keeper batsman Lokesh Rahul to complete 1500 runs in the T20 format. Rahul currently has scored 1461 runs in 42 matches with two centuries and eleven half-centuries to his name.