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Australian cricket team's dominance over the Indian cricket team right from the late 80's till the ICC World Cup 2007 can not be denied. But gone is the time when Ricky Ponting and his team was a nightmare for us (because yes it's a new team), as right from that epic semi-final that we witnessed in the T20 World Cup 2007, the fate reversed upside down. Since then, the Australian team was never seen as a daunting threat as big as to scare its competitor.
Let us not shy away from giving that extra boost to our home team and not be a pessimist about the match. I will help you with this one, promise. But for that, you have to read the whole story and share.
Yellow caps, watch out!
Yes, the last time when India met Australia in T20 cricket matches, India clean swept Australia 3-0 in the series. Even if we take the last five T20 matches into consideration, India has an upper hand with 4-1.
Virat has most of his centuries, be it in test matches or the One-day matches, against Australia. If his track record speaks for it again, he will be the match winner for sure.
Yes, the spell which has a young blood and an experienced body blended can always be the best spell a bowling line-up can have.
Ashwin will be a key bowler for India who has proved it each of the times that he can bowl with a supreme economy rate and wicket-taking ability in the mightiest of the conditions.
India lost its chance to reclaim the World Cup last year after it fell 95 runs short of Australia's massive total in a semi-final match, also breaking India's winning streak in the ICC World Cups. Hence, the chances are that India will have that anger on its peak to take a bitter revenge. Hard luck Steve Smith and men.
It is most probable that Yuvraj's world cup luck will come back on his home ground i.e. in Mohali's Punjab Cricket Association Ground. That being said, we already know how much strength we have when it is Dhoni and his extraordinary finishing ability.
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