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Australia vs. India 2018/19 Test, ODI & T20 series

Fresh off a disappointing tour of the UK, India face another big task as they head down under for the 2018/19 summer of cricket. Australia have never lost a home Test series to the Asian giants, but can they get the job done without disgraced stars Steve Smith and David Warner?

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2018/19 Australia vs. India fixtures

All start times listed in AEDT

T20 Internationals
6:50pm Wednesday, November 21 at Brisbane
7:50pm Friday, November 23 at Melbourne
7:50pm Sunday, November 25 at Sydney

Test Matches
12pm Thursday, December 6 at Adelaide
1:20pm Friday, December 14 at Perth
11:30am Wednesday, December 26 at Melbourne
11:30am Thursday, January 3 at Sydney

One Day Internationals
2:20pm Saturday, January 12 at Sydney
3:20pm Tuesday, January 15 at Adelaide
2:20pm Friday, January 18 at Melbourne

Players to watch

Mitchell Marsh – Now vice-captain of the Test team, the younger of the Marsh brothers is coming into his own at last on the international stage. Australia will need their leaders to step up this summer, so this is an excellent opportunity for Mitch to nail down a spot in the middle order and showcase his all-round quality.

Ajinkya Rahane – We all know Virat Kohli is India’s top bat, but the big question is whether anyone can hang around around with him. Rahane enjoyed some success on his last visit to Australia and was one of the few who turned up on multiple occasions when the Indians crumbled in England earlier this year.

Nathan Lyon – Once viewed as little more than a stop-gap until Australia’s next great spinner emerged, Lyon is now a genuine weapon on all surfaces. Kohli and the Indian top order will no doubt target the unassuming offy, which should lead to some entertaining cricket and plenty of wicket-taking opportunities.

Jasprit Bumrah – Ishant Sharma and Mohammed Shami may have taken more wickets, but Bumrah was arguably the most impressive of the Indian seamers on the recent tour of England. Bowlers who strive for consistent line and length tend to fare well in Australia, and that’s what this guy is all about.

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2017 India vs. Australia ODI & T20 series

In 2017, Australia backed up from a disappointing Test tour of Bangladesh to play five ODIs and three T20s in India. Despite some strong individual efforts from the Aussies, the hosts romped to a 4-1 win in the 50-over games. The Twenty20 series was halved, with the final match abandoned due to bad weather.


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