2nd ODI (D/N), Australia tour of India 2019. Watch Aus v Ind HD video cricket highlights today – Second one day international from Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Jamtha, Nagpur (India) Monday, 5th March 2019. In the first match, the visitor team Australia has won the toss and batted first. The home team India restricted Australia to 236 and dismissed seven Australian wickets in fifty overs. UT Khawaja the opener of the team was the top runs scorer in that match with 50 runs off 76 balls. AJ Finch (c) has gone with duck, MP Stoinis was looking good but his wicket fallen at 37, PSP Handscomb contributed 19 runs, GJ Maxwell scored 40, AJ Turner 21, AT Carey † 26 and NM Coulter-Nile scored 28 runs.
Mohammed Shami, JJ Bumrah and Kuldeep Yadav all of them took two wickets each of them and the remaining one wicket was taken by KM Jadhav. In reply, the home team India lost their first wicket at 4 runs and he was S Dhawan who has gone with duck. RG Sharma and V Kohli (c) both were going good but at 80 runs the captain’s wicket dismissed and after that India were 4 down at 99. After four wickets down MS Dhoni † and 6th wicket batsmen, KM Jadhav took charge and smashed all Australian bowlers to all around the park. RG Sharma scored 37 runs, V Kohli (c) 40, AT Rayudu 13, MS Dhoni † 59 not out and KM Jadhav 81 not out.
The highest total of the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Jamtha, Nagpur venue is 354/7 scored by the home team in 2009 against Australia. Australia team highest scorer at this ground is 350/6 scored against India in 2013. So last game was a close match but at this venue, the home team is so strong but anything can happen with seeing the Australian team current performance.
Kohli tosses, Finch calls heads, and it’s heads. Australia will bowl first.
RG Sharma, S Dhawan, V Kohli (c), AT Rayudu, MS Dhoni †, KM Jadhav, V Shankar, RA Jadeja, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammed Shami, JJ Bumrah.
AJ Finch (c), UT Khawaja, SE Marsh, MP Stoinis, PSP Handscomb, GJ Maxwell, AT Carey †, NM Coulter-Nile, PJ Cummins, NM Lyon, A Zampa.
India: WWLWW (last five completed matches)