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Kohli gadiki gudha lo mandi pothu untadhi

Fist paine gadi grudha lo pedathadu

Yes, also not sure if it was planned or it just worked out that way - it was sweet to watch Ashwin solidly defending Llyon away at one end and Vihari taking care of pacers at the other end (for most p

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4 minutes ago, dasara_bullodu1 said:

Kohli gadu as usual captaincy politics ...

Shreyas Iyer gadini side line chesadu dominate cheyyanivvakunda

 

He is long way to get in to a dominant position..

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Just now, Prince_Fan said:

Perth lo no test match...good for India

Perth (WACA) ground no longer being used its now a new venue and doesn't have the pace of old WACA wicket..

Covid19 restrictions valla reduced the hosting grounds to less numbers, Western Australia region seems to be having stricter norms for travelers so skipped.

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4 minutes ago, Kool_SRG said:

Perth (WACA) ground no longer being used its now a new venue and doesn't have the pace of old WACA wicket..

Covid19 restrictions valla reduced the hosting grounds to less numbers, Western Australia region seems to be having stricter norms for travelers so skipped.

last tour lo kuda new Perth stadium loney aadaaru raja...WACA lo kadu....usual ga antha pace lekapoina new stadium lo last time mana match ki baga pace vunna wicket ey prepare chesaaru....aa okka match thappa migatha anni test matches India dominate chesindi

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Just now, Prince_Fan said:

last tour lo kuda new Perth stadium loney aadaaru raja...WACA lo kadu....usual ga antha pace lekapoina new stadium lo last time mana match ki baga pace vunna wicket ey prepare chesaaru....aa okka match thappa migatha anni test matches India dominate chesindi

Aah test eh first International test akkada which India lost but WACA old stadium toh compare cheste doesn't have that much pace & bounce.

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US FOLKs be aware of the timings

 

India Tour of Australia 2020-21

Dettol ODI Series v India

First ODI: November 27, SCG, 2.40pm AEDT

Second ODI: November 29, SCG, 2.40pm AEDT

Third ODI: December 2, Manuka Oval, 2.40pm AEDT

Dettol T20 INTL Series v India

First T20: December 4, Manuka Oval, 7.10pm AEDT

Second T20: December 6, SCG, 7.10pm AEDT

Third T20: December 8, SCG, 7.10pm AEDT

Tour matches

Australia A v India A, December 6-8, Drummoyne Oval

Australia A v Indians, December 11-13, SCG (day-night)

Vodafone Test Series v India

First Test: December 17-21, Adelaide Oval, 3pm AEDT (day-night)

Second Test: December 26-30, MCG, 10.30am AEDT

Third Test: January 7-11, SCG, 10.30am AEDT

Fourth Test: January 15-19, Gabba, 11am AEDT

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Green in gold: Young gun picked to face India

Moises Henriques earns a recall in T20 and ODI squads to face India as selectors look for allrounders to replace the injured Mitchell Marsh

Exciting young allrounder Cameron Green has earned his first international call-up, picked in Australia's ODI and T20 squads for the upcoming series against India.

Veteran Moises Henriques has also earned a surprise recall while injured allrounder Mitchell Marsh has been overlooked and will instead aim to return for Australia A in the tour games that will precede the Tests against India, starting in December.


Australia ODI & T20 squad: Aaron Finch (c), Sean Abbott, Ashton Agar, Alex Carey, Pat Cummins (vc), Cameron Green, Josh Hazlewood, Moises Henriques, Marnus Labuschagne, Glenn Maxwell, Daniel Sams, Kane Richardson, Steven Smith, Mitchell Starc, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade, David Warner, Adam Zampa


At just 21 years old, Green's selection adds to the growing hype that's been building since last summer, with former Test skipper Greg Chappell declaring Green is the best young Australian batsman he's seen since Ricky Ponting.

The Western Australian has made waves in the past 12 months with his batting, but he's also a dangerous seam bowler and averages 21 with the ball in first-class cricket, including a five-wicket haul on debut as a 17-year-old.

He's set to resume bowling in the Shield this week having been picked as a batsman only for much of the past year due to a back injury.

"Cameron's domestic form has been outstanding and he has carried it through for Western Australia this summer," selector Trevor Hohns said.

"As a potential player of the future this is an opportunity for him to be part of the squad and build on his experience."

Green has made an impact predominantly at first-class level and has played just nine one-day games for WA and 13 T20s for the Perth Scorchers.

"This kid can play - he's a serious talent. I think he's the best batting talent I've seen since Ricky Ponting," Chappell told SEN this week.

"He's got something special in that he's six foot seven tall, we haven't seen anyone of that size dominate from a batting point of view.

"And the kid can bowl, so it's a real challenge.

"He's a top-six batsman, he thinks of himself as a batsman; bowling is a bonus.

"He can win us the next Ashes if he gets a little experience between now and then.

"It's exciting and we all get excited about this kind of talent. You don't see this stuff very often."

The return of Henriques after an absence of more than three years comes after he guided the Sydney Sixers to the KFC BBL title last summer.

The 33-year-old scored 167 in the Shield last week and scored his runs at a strike rate nearing 150 for the Sixers last season.

"Moises is a tremendous cricketer with loads of experience and is a great person to have around the group," Hohns said.

"His form was extremely impressive in leading the Sixers to the BBL title last summer and he has played well at the start of this season."

The inclusions of Green and Henriques come after Marsh suffered an ankle injury last month that's set to sideline him until December.

Australia A will play two three-day games against the touring Indians in the lead-up to the Border-Gavaskar Tests, with Hohns hoping Marsh will be able to prove his fitness in those matches.

"Mitch will commence some low intensity fitness and skills in the coming weeks and selectors are hopeful of his return to play in the Australia A fixtures in early December and then for him to be fully fit to perform his role in the side as an allrounder," Hohns said.

"What we do have is like for like replacements in Moises and Cameron as batting allrounders in line with our selection approach for one-day cricket."

Of the extended squad that Australia took to the UK in September, Marsh, Nathan Lyon, Josh Philippe, Riley Meredith and Andrew Tye have been omitted.

The Dettol ODI Series against India will be played in Sydney and Canberra from November 27 to December 2 before the Dettol T20s at the same venues from December 4-8.

The two tour games will be played in Sydney on December 6-8 and December 11-13 before the first Vodafone Test in Adelaide on December 17-21.

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Virat Kohli available for only first two Test matches against Australia: Report

An official word on the skipper’s itinerary is not yet out but a BCCI source told PTI that Kohli can be expected to take paternity leave after the first two Tests of the series starting December 17.

India's Virat Kohli looks on as Australian cricketers celebrate his dismissal during the first day of the second test match at Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru on Saturday.

Team India’s first piece of action in the post Covid world is going to be the tour of Australia. BCCI has announced the squad for the tour with Virat Kohli leading the line for the team. But it has been reported that Kohli might miss the last two Test matches against Australia. It has been said that the Indian skipper could skip the last two Tests due to the birth of his first child. Kohli along with his wife Anushka Sharma announced pregnancy in August. She is due to give birth in early January.

An official word on the skipper’s itinerary is not yet out but a BCCI source told PTI that Kohli can be expected to take paternity leave after the first two Tests of the series starting December 17.

 

“The BCCI has always believed that family is priority. In case, the skipper decides on availing paternity break, he will then be available only for the first two Test matches,” the senior source said on conditions of anonymity.

The four Test matches will be held in Adelaide (D/N, December 17-21), Melbourne (Dec 26-30), Sydney (Jan 7-11, 2021) and Brisbane (Jan 15-19).

The BCCI has, over the years, encouraged cricketers to take paternity breaks and it is no different for India’s captain and best batsman.

“Look, in normal times, he could have flown back for the birth of his first born, missed a Test and played the final one in Brisbane. However, if the 14-day quarantine is still in place, it will be difficult to go and come back again,” the source added.

There is a school of thought that KL Rahul’s presence in the Test squad could be doubly beneficial in such a scenario.

While Rohit Sharma (expected to be fully fit before the Test series starts), Mayank Agarwal and Prithvi Shaw are there as opening options, Kohli’s probable absence might warrant a bit more solidity in the middle-order.

 

BCCI may send Rohit with Indian team on Nov 11. Rohit Sharma’s presence in the Mumbai Indians playing XI has increased hopes among the BCCI officialdom that the Indian white-ball captain could well board the chartered flight to Australia on November 11 along with the rest of the squad.

“A decision will be taken soon in this regard. It’s only fair that Rohit stays with the team and does his strength and conditioning work under physio Nitin Patel and trainer Nick Webb. Let’s see how it goes,” the source added.

If required, India could rest Rohit for the ODIs, starting November 27, and he can come back during the T20 series.

By the time the Test matches start, he could be fully fit for the rigours of five-day cricket.

He was nursing a hamstring strain but declared that it is “absolutely fine” recently.

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On 10/28/2020 at 2:08 AM, Kool_SRG said:

Perth (WACA) ground no longer being used its now a new venue and doesn't have the pace of old WACA wicket..

Covid19 restrictions valla reduced the hosting grounds to less numbers, Western Australia region seems to be having stricter norms for travelers so skipped.

They should play in Hobart

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3 minutes ago, Kool_SRG said:

Virat Kohli available for only first two Test matches against Australia: Report

An official word on the skipper’s itinerary is not yet out but a BCCI source told PTI that Kohli can be expected to take paternity leave after the first two Tests of the series starting December 17.

India's Virat Kohli looks on as Australian cricketers celebrate his dismissal during the first day of the second test match at Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru on Saturday.

Team India’s first piece of action in the post Covid world is going to be the tour of Australia. BCCI has announced the squad for the tour with Virat Kohli leading the line for the team. But it has been reported that Kohli might miss the last two Test matches against Australia. It has been said that the Indian skipper could skip the last two Tests due to the birth of his first child. Kohli along with his wife Anushka Sharma announced pregnancy in August. She is due to give birth in early January.

An official word on the skipper’s itinerary is not yet out but a BCCI source told PTI that Kohli can be expected to take paternity leave after the first two Tests of the series starting December 17.

 

“The BCCI has always believed that family is priority. In case, the skipper decides on availing paternity break, he will then be available only for the first two Test matches,” the senior source said on conditions of anonymity.

The four Test matches will be held in Adelaide (D/N, December 17-21), Melbourne (Dec 26-30), Sydney (Jan 7-11, 2021) and Brisbane (Jan 15-19).

The BCCI has, over the years, encouraged cricketers to take paternity breaks and it is no different for India’s captain and best batsman.

“Look, in normal times, he could have flown back for the birth of his first born, missed a Test and played the final one in Brisbane. However, if the 14-day quarantine is still in place, it will be difficult to go and come back again,” the source added.

There is a school of thought that KL Rahul’s presence in the Test squad could be doubly beneficial in such a scenario.

While Rohit Sharma (expected to be fully fit before the Test series starts), Mayank Agarwal and Prithvi Shaw are there as opening options, Kohli’s probable absence might warrant a bit more solidity in the middle-order.

 

BCCI may send Rohit with Indian team on Nov 11. Rohit Sharma’s presence in the Mumbai Indians playing XI has increased hopes among the BCCI officialdom that the Indian white-ball captain could well board the chartered flight to Australia on November 11 along with the rest of the squad.

“A decision will be taken soon in this regard. It’s only fair that Rohit stays with the team and does his strength and conditioning work under physio Nitin Patel and trainer Nick Webb. Let’s see how it goes,” the source added.

If required, India could rest Rohit for the ODIs, starting November 27, and he can come back during the T20 series.

By the time the Test matches start, he could be fully fit for the rigours of five-day cricket.

He was nursing a hamstring strain but declared that it is “absolutely fine” recently.

 

Good chance for batsmen ... but if Rahane becomes captain that's something

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