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Ind vs Aus T20I series: India may break this record of Pakistan

Ind vs Aus T20I series: India may break this record of Pakistan

  • India eye breaking Pakistan’s T20I win record in the third T20I against Australia tonight.
  • Suryakumar Yadav’s captaincy pivotal as India lead the series 2-0 with an unbeaten T20I streak at home.
  • Barsapara Stadium hosts the clash, while Australia reshuffle its squad post-World Cup victory.

Tonight’s clash between India and Australia in the third T20I not only holds the promise of an exciting match but also the potential for India to break Pakistan’s record of most T20I wins. Currently tied with Pakistan at 135 wins from 211 games, a victory for India would propel them to 136 wins from 212 matches. This statistical feat looms large as India leads the series 2-0, a testament to the impactful captaincy of Suryakumar Yadav, who is leading a second-string side.

The Barsapara Stadium in Guwahati sets the stage for this crucial encounter. India not only aim to secure the series but also seeks to extend their unbeaten T20I streak at home to 12 games. The last time India faced defeat in this format on home soil was against Australia in 2019, adding an extra layer of significance to this match.

Australia, on the other hand, present a mix of experienced and young players. Up to six members of the Australian squad were part of the recently victorious World Cup 2023 squad, which clinched the title against India in the final. Pat Cummins, who captained the side in the World Cup, acknowledged the challenges faced by players as they transition from the global tournament to a T20I series against India.

Emphasizing that players are not robots, Cummins explained the rationale behind calling back several players who featured in the World Cup for the ongoing T20I series against India. Travis Head remains the lone constant, while Australia introduce new faces to rejuvenate the squad for this series.

As the Barsapara Stadium prepares to witness this battle, cricket enthusiasts eagerly anticipate whether India can make history by surpassing Pakistan’s T20I win record, adding another layer of significance to an already captivating series.

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