Updated: March 22, 2023, 12:29 PM IST
India vs Australia 3rd ODI Live Score: Hardik Pandya took 3 wickets in his first spell. Kuldeep Yadav took 3 wickets.
In the first ODI played in Mumbai, India had to struggle to win the low-scoring first ODI. Later, Team India suffered a one-sided defeat to Australia in the 2nd ODI at Visakhapatnam. In such a situation, India and Australia are once again face to face in the third and decisive ODI of the series in Chennai. Whoever gets the last laugh on Chip will be the one to lift the trophy. At present the pressure is more on India. Because Team India has failed with bat and ball in Vizag. From this point of view, it is a struggle for Rohit Sharma to take turns and rectify mistakes.
Siraj returned Egar
Aston Agar was caught by Akshar Patel off Mohammad Sirad in 45.3 overs. He scored 17 runs off 21 balls. Hit 1 boundary. Australia lost 9 wickets for 247 runs. Adam Zampa comes to bat.
letter returned to abbott
Abbott hit a six off Akshar Patel in 44.1 overs. Aston Agar hit a six in 44.3 overs. In 44.6 overs, Abbott went out of the ground after being bowled by Akshar’s ball. He scored 26 runs off 23 balls. Hit 2 fours and 1 six. Australia lost 8 wickets for 245 runs. Mitchell Starc came to bat. Akshar took 2 wickets for 57 runs in 8 overs.
Kuldeep’s bowling quota is over
At the end of 43 overs, Australia’s score is 229 for 7 wickets. Abbott scored 18 off 17 balls. He hit 2 fours. Aston Agar scored 8 runs off 13 balls. Kuldeep took 3 wickets for 56 runs including 1 maiden in 10 overs.
Kuldeep returns Carry
In 38.1 overs, Alex Carey got out of the ground after being bowled by Kuldeep. He scored 38 runs off 46 balls. Hit 2 fours and 1 six. Australia lost 7 wickets for 203 runs. Ashton Agar comes to bat. At the end of 39 overs, Australia scored 203 runs for 7 wickets. Kuldeep took 3 wickets by giving 1 maiden in 8 overs for 43 runs.
200 Topcal Australia
In the 38th over, Australia crossed the team’s 200-run mark. At the end of 38 overs, Australia scored 203 runs for 6 wickets. Carey is batting on 38 and Abbott scoring 1 run.
Ramakus Stanis is out
Marcus Stoinis was caught by Shubman Gill at the boundary line while playing a big shot off Akshar Patel in 36.6 overs. He scored 25 runs off 26 balls. Hit 3 fours. Australia lost 6 wickets for 196 runs. Abbott comes to bat.
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At the end of 34 overs, Australia collected 173 runs for 5 wickets. Alex Carey scored 20 runs off 32 balls. Marcus Stennis scored 15 runs in 15 balls.
150 Topcal Australia
In the 31st over, Australia crossed the team’s 150-run mark. At the end of 31 overs, Australia have scored 161 runs for 5 wickets. Alex Curry 14 and Marcus Stoinis are batting after scoring 9 runs.
labushan is out
Marnus Labuschagne was caught by Shubman Gill off Kuldeep Yadav in 28.1 overs. He scored 28 runs in 45 balls with the help of 1 four and 1 six. Australia lost 5 wickets for 138 runs. Marcus Stannis comes to bat. At the end of 29 overs, Australia scored 145 runs for 5 wickets. Kuldeep took 2 wickets for 31 runs in 6 overs.
Labushan continues to fight
At the end of 28 overs, Australia scored 138 runs for 3 wickets. Marnus Labuchon scored 28 runs in 44 balls. He hit 1 four and 1 six. Alex Carey scored 5 runs off 12 balls.
Kuldeep sent Warner back
David Warner was caught by Hardik Pandya in an attempt to hit Kuldeep Yadav for a six in 24.3 overs. David got out of the field after scoring 23 runs in 31 balls. He hit 1 boundary. Australia lost 4 wickets for 125 runs. Alex Carey comes to bat. At the end of the half-innings, Australia scored 126 runs for 4 wickets.
Warner-Labushon is building resistance
At the end of 23 overs, Australia have scored 121 runs for 3 wickets. David Warner scored 23 runs off 30 balls. Marnus Labuschagne scored 16 runs off 27 balls. Warner hits 1 boundary. Labushen hit 1 six.
100 Topkal Australia
In the 19th over, Australia crossed the team’s 100-run mark. At the end of 19 overs, Australia have scored 101 runs for 3 wickets. David Warner scored 13 runs off 16 balls. Marnus Labuschagne scored 6 runs off 17 balls.
Hardik returns Marsh
Hardik Pandya is on fire with the ball. Mitchell Marsh went out of the ground after being bowled by Pandya in 14.3 overs. Mitchell had to return to the dressing room from the threshold of the half-century. He scored 47 runs in 47 balls. Hit 8 fours and 1 six. Australia lost 3 wickets for 85 runs. Marnus Labuschagne comes to bat. At the end of 15 overs, Australia’s score is 88 runs for 3 wickets.
Hardik returned Smith
Steve Smith was caught by Hardik Pandya in the hands of Lokesh Rahul in 12.2 overs. Smith could not open the account by playing 3 balls. Australia lost 2 wickets for 74 runs. David Warner comes to bat. At the end of 13 overs, Australia have scored 77 runs for 2 wickets. Marsh is batting on 42 runs. Hardik took 2 wickets for 10 runs in 2 overs.
Hardik returned his head
Despite getting a life, Travis Head could not make his innings big. He was caught by Kuldeep Yadav in 10.5 overs off Hardik’s ball. Head scored 33 off 31 balls. Hit 4 fours and 2 sixes. Australia’s 1 wicket fell for 68 runs. Steve Smith comes to bat.
Gill dropped the catch of the head
In 10.2 overs, Shubman Gill took a simple catch of Travis Head on the boundary line off Hardik Pandya. Instead of getting out on that ball, Head took four runs.
10 overs of play is over
At the end of 10 overs, Australia scored 61 runs without losing any wicket. Mitchell Marsh scored 33 runs in 33 balls. He hit 6 fours and 1 six. Travis Head scored 27 runs off 27 balls. He hit 3 fours and 2 sixes.
50 Topkal Australia
Australia crossed the team’s target of 50 runs in 8 overs. Head hit the first ball of Akshar’s over for a six. Marsh hit a four on the third ball. At the end of 8 overs, Australia have scored 52 runs without taking a wicket. Marsh is batting on 32 and Head on 19.
characters try to stop the speed of the run
Akshar Patel came to bowl for the first time in the sixth over. He spent only 2 runs. Siraj did not spend a single run in the seventh over. At the end of 7 overs, Australia have scored 41 runs without taking a wicket.
Australia’s aggressive start
Head hit Shamir for a six in the fifth over. Marsh hit 1 boundary. At the end of 5 overs, Australia have scored 39 runs without taking a wicket. Marsh scored 27 runs. Head Private is batting on 11 runs.
Marsh again attacked Siraj
In the fourth over, Mitchell Marsh hit two fours off Siraj. At the end of 4 overs, Australia have scored 28 runs without taking a wicket. Marsh scored 23 runs off 15 balls.
Marsh hit Shami for a six
In the third over, Mitchell Marsh hit Shami’s third ball for a six. At the end of 3 overs, Australia have scored 19 runs without taking a wicket. Marsh is batting on 15 and Head is on 4.
Marsh’s double boundary to Siraj
Mohammad Siraj came to bowl the second over. Mitchell Marsh hit two fours on the second and fourth balls. 9 runs in the over. At the end of 2 overs, Australia have scored 13 runs without taking a wicket.
Marsh opens with Travis Head, not Warner
In the absence of David Warner, Mitchell Marsh opened with Travis Head in the first 2 matches of the series. He was successful in 2 matches as an opener. Therefore, despite Warner’s return to the team, Australia did not change the opening pair in the third ODI in Chennai. Marsh came out to bat first with the head. This is the second time in ODI cricket when Warner did not open while in the team. Shami opens the bowling for India. Head opened the account with a four off the fifth ball. 4 runs in the first over.
Australia’s first XI
David Warner, Travis Head, Mitchell Marsh, Steve Smith (c), Marnus Labouchon, Alex Carey (wk), Aston Agar, Marcus Stoinis, Cian Abbott, Mitchell Starc and Adam Zampa.
India’s first XI
Rohit Sharma (Captain), Shubman Gill, Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav, Lokesh Rahul (Wicketkeeper), Hardik Pandya (Vice-Captain), Ravindra Jadeja, Akshar Patel, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammed Shami and Mohammed Siraj.
Australia won the toss
Australia won the toss in the third and final ODI of the series. Auji captain Steve Smith won the toss and decided to bat first. In such a situation, Team India will chase by runs. India decided to field an unchanged XI for this match. In such a situation, Team India is in competition with all the three spinners. Suryakumar Yadav got a chance to field in another match despite being dismissed for zero runs in the first two matches. Australia have made some changes in their starting XI. David Warner has returned to the team after recovering from injury. Aston Eggar also joined the team. Cameron Green and Nathan Ellis are out.
There is dry grass on the Chennai pitch. Cracks are visible even in the hard pitch. In such a situation, fast bowlers can get bounce from the pitch. Spinners can also get the benefit of this. It will not be difficult to score runs as the ball will come into the bat. Overall, an exciting bat-ball encounter can be seen in Chennai.
2nd ODI result
Australia defeated India by 10 wickets in the second ODI played at Visakhapatnam. Batting first, the Indian team was all out for just 117 runs. Australia came out to bat and won the match by scoring 121 runs without losing any wicket.
1st ODI result
India defeated Australia by 5 wickets in the first ODI of the series in Mumbai. Batting first, Australia’s team was all out for 188 runs. India won the match by scoring 191 runs for 5 wickets.