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From Test to T20 Mode – India Vs Australia First T20

Test Whitewash: Though Indian batsmen have failed individually and as a unit to perform wll in the test series, they still got a chance to impress the fans, media and the selectors by playing well in the two T20 (Twenty twenty matches) against Australia. Please don’t forget that the T20’s will be followed by ODI tri –series that will include Sri Lanka as a third team.

The T20 Mode: The first T20 match between both the teams will be played tomorrow at Sydney. If we take a look at the team Aussies are strong on confidence after defeating India 4-0 whereas Indian team looks nowhere to the International standards. But in shorter forms of the game Indian cricket team can be lethal thus we can hope for a better performance from Indian players.

Indian and Australia T20 Teams: For Australia 40 years old brad hogg makes a comeback in T20 team after nearly 4 years. This comeback has been results of his strong performance in the Australian IPL i.e. Big Bash League. Fast bowler James Faulkner may mark his T20 debut if selected in playing eleven. For India it can be chance of inexperienced Rahul Sharma and Manoj Tiwary to play and offer their candidacy for the T20 world cup to be played in Sri Lanka in September this year. Suresh Raina will be back in the shorter version of the game. Aussies also got a new captain for the T20s

Below are the most probable playing eleven for both the teams for the first Twenty twenty match:

India: Vinay Kumar, Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir, Suresh Raina, Rohit Sharma, MS Dhoni (capt, wk), Irfan Pathan, R Ashwin, Praveen Kumar, Umesh Yadav, Virat Kohli

Australia: David Hussey, George Bailey (capt), Travis Birt, Matthew Wade (wk), Brett Lee, James Faulkner, David Warner, Shaun Marsh, Aaron Finch, Daniel Christian, Brad Hogg

So now be prepared to switch from test match to the T20 mode of cricket.

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