India ahead of Australia in terms of victories in T20
India ahead of Australia in terms of victories in T20

After defeating Zimbabwe in the 2nd T20 by 10 wickets today at Harare Sports Club, India have gone ahead of Australia in terms of victories. India has played 75 matches winning 45 matches. Australia have played 88 matches winning 44 matches.

In terms of victories in T20, New Zealand, Sri Lanka , South Africa and Pakistan are ahead of India.If India wins the third T20 match against Zimbabwe , then they are joint third with New Zealand and Sri Lanka with 46 wins each.

Pakistan are ahead in terms of victories who have played 106 T20 matches with 60 wins. South Africa are placed 2nd who have played 91 matches with 54 wins.

India have been a good T20 team winning the first ever T20 World Cup in 2007 led by MS Dhoni, they reached the finals of 2014 World Cup in Bangladesh and also the semi-finals of ICC World Cup 2016 held in March- April.

Australia record as a T20 team has not been good. They have not won a T20 World Cup which shows the ability to play international T20.

All of these teams have made their T20 debut around 2005. India are placed 5th in the terms of victories. India has been a solid T20 team and are one of top T20 teams in the world.

India are playing the T20 series against Zimbabwe. The series is tied at 1-1 with one match to go. In this series KL Rahul and other stars who have performed well in domestic circuit have been given a chance.

Mandeep Singh completed his maiden T20 50 today. Australia have shown promise but not delivered at the big stage. Australia have done well in bilateral series but in World Cups, they have failed big time despite having big players. They reached the finals of ICC World Cup in 2010 losing to England in the finals.

In six T20 World Cups played so far, India have won 1 title and 1 runners up title while Australia has been runners up only once. India defeated Australia in 2016 World Cup quarter-finals to reach the semi-finals where they lost to West Indies.


    I am pavan Suresh. I have done my schooling from LPS. I am big fan of sports especially cricket and want to become a sports journalist. I want to write cricket articles.

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