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India (Playing XI): Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli(c), Manish Pandey, MS Dhoni(w), Kedar Jadhav, Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah
Australia (Playing XI): David Warner(c), Aaron Finch, Glenn Maxwell, Travis Head, Moises Henriques, Marcus Stoinis, Tim Paine(w), Nathan Coulter-Nile, Andrew Tye, Adam Zampa, Jason Behrendorff
Kohli: "The pitch looks good to play on, the only thing was the dew factor. We would have bowled first as well. Now we need to make sure we put up good runs on the board. We need to keep the winning momentum going. It-s very difficult to maintain that momentum, very easy to lose it. We are very hungry to keep performing every game. We don-t want to be complacent. The stadium is beautiful. It-s a packed house. We could barely get into the ground. There were so many people who were so excited. We will try and entertain them as much as possible. We are playing with the same XI."
Warner: "We will bowl first. Looks a good wicket, maybe a little bit soft underneath. Stoinis is playing in place of Christian. Rest of the team remains the same."
Australia have won the toss and have opted to field
David Warner calls right.
Pitch Report: Could be a little bit tacky. What a terrific stadium this is. Congratulations to the Assam Cricket Association. There is a little bit of wetness. The seam bowlers will have something on it as well. The pitch will not have the ball to hurry up on the batsman. 150 would be a par score given the kind of wicket we see, Brett Lee and Sunny G give us an indepth about the track.
Kumar Abhisekh Das and his team welcomes you for the second T20I from the city famous for temples! Prayers for no-rain will be mumbled of course. A full game with a run-fest is just what the doctors should prescribe for the infant called Barsapara Stadium. Kaushik sends us another nugget from the newest venue about the oldest player in the game - Nehraji! He says, "Ashish Nehra spotted bowling in the side nets." Will he get a game? If so then who would be rested?
What can Australia change? Then there is the jinx of 7 losses in this format. Can Australia hoodoo their fears and keep the series alive? Stoinis for sure can come into the team but at whose expense is going to be the management-s quandary. The experience of IPL, almost everyone apart from Behrendroff has played in the IPL, should hold them in good stead but it is time for them to deliver. Else, another loss will be on the cards.
Talking more abouts roads, one way traffic it has been for the Indians. They have driven relentlessly on top-gears only to slow down at times for pit-stops. Australia have limped at best to give a meek account of themselves. A new track (venue) means alien feelings for both the parties. Spinners have held aces better than the seamers here and Chahal and Yadav will want to go one better on the Aussies, yet again. The toss will again be crucial, given DLS acts as a lifeline to the team batting second in a rain-curtailed affair. Warner, Finch and Maxwell did show miniature sparks before flattering to deceive in the last game and a prolonged show from the showmen can get the Aussies juggernaut a kick-start. But in Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah, India have got answers at the top-end and at the death overs. The middle overs will be marshalled by the spin twins and Pandya will float in his four overs according to the whims of his skipper.
The Barsapara Stadium in Guwahati will become the 49th venue in India to host an international game. And despite rains playing hide and seek, the game will deliver a result thanks to a wonderful drainage system. Beginner-s luck should come in handy, given the rains have been lashing the venue at timely intervals. Then our man Kaushik from the venue has this to shower on us: It has stopped raining. Heavy traffic jams on the way to the stadium. Narrow roads.
17:45 Local Time, 12:15 GMT, 17:45 IST: Bonjour people! My expertise in French and Australia-s performance on the tour so far have been similar. This tour to India for Australia has gone from bad to worse. They have not only lost games but have also lost their regular skipper and are staring down another series defeat in the shortest format. When India had taken an inevitable lead of 3-0 in the ODIs, there were talks from the Australia camp - Warner, who said during a press conference that they will see it as a Super series of 5 more games (Two ODIs and the 3 T20I-s) but even that is quashed now as India have 5-1 lead in the six limited overs game.
Preview by Kaushik Rangarajan
Australia may not have expected to turn up and blow India away across the limited-overs leg of their tour but, a month in, many of their worst fears for the tour have been realised. Not only are they struggling for confidence having won just a solitary international game, they-ve had to ship out talisman and leader Steven Smith with a shoulder issue with a little over a month to go for the Ashes.
On evidence of their performance in Ranchi, the T20Is don-t promise much but, as is always the case in life and sports, there remains a little chasm of opportunity to unearth a silver lining out of this largely forgettable tour. Maybe a shift in setting will do them good. India-s ostensible home advantage may be diminished slightly at the new Barsapara Stadium in the country-s north-east. The venue-s international debut may start both teams on a slightly even keel with regards to familiarity with on-field conditions.
Then there-s the T20 format, which often bridges gaps in quality between teams. It is no surprise that when the first T20I was further shortened to a six-over chase, Australia came closest to claiming an unlikely victory. But India barely rode out of second gear on Saturday and still made their visitors look pedestrian. In what is slowly becoming a pattern under Virat Kohli, this empowerment of bowlers to setup wins has opened up a new dimension to their cricket.
In Bumrah, Bhuvneshwar, Kuldeep and Chahal - the hosts have four very shrewd operators to get 16 overs out of. But Australia must believe they can still upset the apple-cart and keep the series alive, if they play the percentages well and milk the fifth bowler tactfully. That could make India veer away from their patterns and take this matchup to a new avenue.
Given how Australia have batted on the tour and in the last game, it is hard to imagine that they are in possession of the top-two individual scores (Aaron Finch 156, Glenn Maxwell 145*) and two of the top-three totals in T20I history. It is perhaps time to set out and regain some of the lost reputation, to prove they are still very much a force in the 20-overs format.
What to expect: Spinners have had much more success at this venue than the pacers, including three of the best four bowling figures in first class cricket. However, seamers like Mohit Sharma and Basil Thampi had particularly noteworthy games in last year-s Ranji Trophy. The curator Mukut Kalita is hopeful his surface will have something for everyone on its international debut. Guwahati experienced rains in the afternoon on the eve of the match but the ground-s drainage facility, touted to be one of the best in the country, should ensure not much of play is lost in the event of an interruption.
With another series on the line, India are likely to resist making any change. The hosts barely got an opportunity to assess their batting, which may still lack a little -x-factor- to keep pace with the likes of West Indies and England in T20 format. While the composition of batsmen may not be changed, they might consider adding a little insurance for their fifth bowler - Hardik Pandya - by bringing in now-T20 specialist Ashish Nehra or an additional spinner (Axar Patel). Hardik recovered well after conceding 23 in his first two overs, but on a more benign surface, India-s bowling line-up could get found out.
One of the perks of naming a 13-man squad is that there is only so much to do in the name of personnel tinkering. Marcus Stoinis (Steve Smith-s replacement) was just scheduled to fly all the way back to India only two days out from the game, but given his show of promise against the spinning ball in the ODIs, could be drafted straight into the XI. Australia understand that the demands of a No.3 batsman will alternate between attack and consolidation but appear to be willing to give the misfiring Glenn Maxwell a longer rope in the T20 format in the hope that the Victorian can shake off his Chahal hoodoo and find the enterprise of old. The visitors are also impressed by what Jason Behrendorff, the left-armer, can bring to the table and hope to uncover his full potential in a non-shortened game.
Did you know?
- The Barsapara Stadium in Guwahati will be the 49th Indian venue to host an international match.
- India have beaten Australia in seven matches in a row now. Only one team has had a longer winning streak against a particular opponent - Pakistan have won all their nine T20I encounters against Zimbabwe.
- In the six matches they-ve played against each other in 2017 across formats, Yuzuvendra Chahal has dismissed Glenn Maxwell on five occasions.
What they said:
"It-s very important to keep talking to senior players. These guys have played so much cricket. They-re legends in their field. If you gain even some experience, then your career will benefit."
- Kuldeep Yadav on the influence of two Australians, Shane Warne and Brad Hogg, on his development.
"I wouldn-t say I-m short of confidence. I think the pressure on you amplifies a little bit to get more runs when you are out of form"
- Glenn Maxwell is confident of turning around his bad run of form.
Australia (From): David Warner(c), Aaron Finch, Glenn Maxwell, Travis Head, Moises Henriques, Daniel Christian, Tim Paine(w), Nathan Coulter-Nile, Andrew Tye, Adam Zampa, Jason Behrendorff, Kane Richardson, Marcus Stoinis
India (From): Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli(c), Manish Pandey, MS Dhoni(w), Kedar Jadhav, Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah, Dinesh Karthik, Axar Patel, Ashish Nehra, Lokesh Rahul