Who won 1st ODI Ind vs Aus?

Who won 1st ODI Ind vs Aus?

In the first of the three-match One Day International (ODI) series, Australia defeated India by 66 runs at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday to take a 1-0 lead in the three-game series.

When India tour of Australia will start?

Indian cricket team will play its first international series in times of the Covid-19 pandemic, when Virat Kohli-led side takes on Australia in the 3-match One Day International (ODI) series at Sydney Cricket Ground, starting November 27.

Where is the first ODI between India and Australia?

Sydney Cricket Ground
The first ODI between Australia and India will be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), Sydney.

Which city hosted India Australia 1st ODI?

Where will India vs Australia 1st ODI be played? The Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney will host the 1st ODI between India and Australia.

Who won 1st ODI 2020?

IND vs ENG, 1st ODI Highlights: India Beat England By 66 Runs To Go 1-0 Up In 3-Match Series.

Is India coming to Australia 2020?

The India cricket team toured Australia from November 2020 to January 2021 to play four Tests, three One Day Internationals (ODIs) and three Twenty20 International (T20I) matches. India won the third ODI match by 13 runs, with Australia winning the series 2–1. …

Who won Australia vs India?

Australia wins ODI series 2-1. India, on Tuesday, wrapped up what has been a successful tour Down Under, beating Australia by three wickets at the Gabba to retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. Under the leadership of Virat Kohli, the side had also won the T20I series, which ran from December 4-8.

Who is win India vs Australia?

Who is telecasting India vs Australia?

India vs Australia Test series will be shown live on the Sony Pictures Sports Network – Sony SIX, Sony TEN 1 and Sony TEN 3 will have the live telecast. Will India vs Australia 2020-21 Test series be streamed live?

What is a good score in ODI?

In fact any score over 280 is a good chance of being a winning one – scores of 280-299 are successful 70.9 per cent of the time. But the data also shows just how vital an extra 20-30 runs can be at the end of an innings.