India vs Australia World Cup Highlights – 8th Oct 2023

Here are some interesting records had been made in MA Chidambaram Stadium. In 2007 an (Afro-Asia Cup) ODI cricket event played here and Asia XI posted the highest ODI total ever at this venue 337/7 against Africa XI. If we cut the (Afro-Asia Cup) records from this ground, Individually (by country) Pakistan scored 327/5 runs against India in 1997. The home team best score at this ground is 299/8 against South Africa in 2015. Australia’s best betting performance here is 289/4 against New Zealand in 1996. Five months ago, Australia played an ODI match at this venue on 22 March 2023 against India. Australia scored 269 runs in 49 overs all out. India lost that match with 22 runs remaining.

Individual Records:

V Kohli is the second most ODI runs scorer of the venue with 337 runs, with strike rate of 85.53 and his average is 42.12. RG Sharma ODI record on this venue is very bad, he played seven ODI matches here and scored 140 runs. HH Pandya is the most effective batsmen here, he played two matches and scored 123 runs. DA Warner scored 48 runs in two innings. MR Marsh scored 47 runs in an innings.

Bowling Performance:

Once again HH Pandya was the best economical bowler at this venue. He bowled 12 overs, took five wickets and leaked 72 runs in two matches. R Ashwin took five wickets in three matches but he bowled brilliantly. A Zampa took five wickets in two matches, Kuldeep Yadav took five wickets in three matches.

Pitch and weather: A straw-coloured, black-soil pitch is likely to induce India to play three spinners. Chepauk tends to offer a fair contest between bat and ball: the last eight first-innings scores in ODIs here have ranged from 227 to 299, with the team batting first going on to win six times. The weather is likely to be muggy, with a forecast maximum of 33 degrees Celsius. The North-East monsoon could bring scattered showers in the evening.

India vs Australia Highlights 2023, Sunday 8-10, 5th Match (D/N) ICC Cricket World Cup 2023, MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai.

Pat Cummins: “We’re in a really good spot, we’ve got a good balance between game time and being fresh. Head is still in Adelaide and Stoinis is not ready yet.”
Rohit Sharma: “The conditions are there for the bowlers, slightly on the slower side, the ball will turn as the game goes on. We’ve covered all our bases. Unfortunately Shubman didn’t recover in time. Ishan will replace him.”

Toss: Australia will bat first.

India team: R Sharma (capt), I Kishan, V Kohli, S Iyer, KL Rahul (wk), H Pandya, R Jadeja, R Ashwin, J Bumrah, K Yadav, M Siraj.
Australia team: D Warner, M Marsh, S Smith, M Labuschagne, G Maxwell, A Carey (wk), C Green, P Cummins (capt), M Starc, A Zampa, J Hazlewood.

Head to Head In ODI’s: 149
India Won: 56
Australia Won: 83
India ODI Rankings: 1st
Australia ODI Rankings: 3rd

Form guide
(last five completed ODI’s, most recent first)
Australia WLLLL

Match Timings: 8:30 AM GMT | 2:00 PM Local
Umpires – Chris Gaffaney, Richard Kettleborough
TV Umpire – Chris Brown
Match Referee – Richie Richardson
Reserve Umpire – Adrian Holdstock
Match number – ODI no. 4662

Post Match Presentation
Pat Cummins:

“(How far short was the score?) Atleast 50 odd. Tough trying to defend 200. (Challenges of batting?) Really good bowling attack. And facing spinners was tough. Was the kind of wicket you had to get yourself in. (Kohli drop) I’ve already forgotten about it! Not ideal, especially for his calibre. Four down for 10 would’ve been amazing but wasn’t to be. (Hazlewood) Always poses questions with the ball. (What to tell the team before next game?) Have to have a review. Obviously a tough surface. Its just one game out of nine, no need to dwell over that. No regrets [about toss.]

Rohit Sharma:

“Good feeling to come out on top. (Bowling and fielding) Magnificent. Especially the fielding. The fielding was something we really put our effort on. It was a great effort. In conditions like this it can be tough sometimes. We knew there would be assistance for everyone. Seamers got reverse, spinners bowled in nice areas. All in all a great effort. (Nervous at 3 for 2?) Yes I was to be honest. You don’t want to start like that when chasing a target.

Credit to Australia, but some loose shots there as well. But that happens, you want to get off the mark and score quickly in the powerplay. Hats off to Virat and KL – the way they stuck out there to create a match-winning partnership. (Adapting to next surface?) That will be the biggest challenge moving forward because we will play in different conditions. Might have to change combinations too and as a team we are prepared to do that. (Crowd) Chennai never disappoints. Crowd was brilliant from word go. For them to sitting in the heat and cheering says a lot.”

KL Rahul is the Player of the Match:

“There weren’t a lot of conversations with Kohli. I had just taken a shower and was hoping to put my feet up for half an hour after the fielding innings, but I had to come in. Virat said that I should play like Test cricket for a bit. Happy to play this for the team. There was a bit of help for the fast bowlers early on. Towards the end, the dew played a bit of a part for them. It was still two-paced. It wasn’t a great wicket to bat on, neither was it too difficult. I think it was a good cricket wicket, that’s what you get in South of India especially in Chennai. (Last shot) I hit it too well. I wanted to get a hundred by going four and six. Hopefully some other time I can get it.”

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