India vs Australia ODI Series: Five Australian Players Who Can Create A Problem For Team India
After playing the T20I series against Sri Lanka, team India will now play the ODI series against a tough opposition Australia in the home ground. The first ODI match of this series will be the first meeting between Australia and India after the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, where the Men in Blue defeated Australia. This ODI series will start on 14th January.
In 2019, India created history after winning the first time the bilateral Test and ODI series against Australia in Australia. Though at that time their two star-batsman Steve Smith and David Warner, were not playing because they were serving the ban for the ball-tampering case. However, later, in March 2019, Australia beat the hosts India in the five-match ODI series by the 3-2 margins, despite once trailing that series by the 2-0 margin.
This time the Australians are travelling with a strong squad of 14 players. Some Australian players in this squad are constantly performing well and might be a danger in the Indian conditions. Here, Sportzwiki understands that below-mentioned five players can give a tough fight to the Indians.
Adam Zampa has always been a danger to the Indian Batsmen. He has almost all successful outings against India in India. From 2016, he is playing regular limited-overs international matches for Australia.
The leg-spinner has played eight ODI matches in India and has picked 15 wickets at an economy rate of 6.21. Seeing Indian condition, which assists spinners more in comparison to the pacers, he will surely be an attacking bowler.
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