Hello and welcome to Sportstar's LIVE coverage of the 1st ODI between India and Australia in Hyderabad.
Thank you, that's all for tonight. See you in Nagpur for the second ODI on Tuesday.
Dhoni remains unbeaten on 59 off 72 (6x4, 1x6)
Jadhav unbeaten on 81 off 87 balls (9x4, 1x6)
9.23 pm: Dhoni hits the winning runs; India beats Australia by six wickets in the first ODI with 10 balls to spare. IND 240/4 (48.2)
9.17 pm: MS Dhoni completes 71st ODI fifty. IND 222/4. (47.2)
9.10 pm: India needs 21 off 23 balls. Pat Cummins is into his last over.
9.00 pm: Dhoni and Jadhav bring up the 100-run partnership. IND 200/4 (43.5)
8.53 pm: Jadhav completes his fifth ODI fifty, India needs 43 off 42 balls now.
8.46 pm: The required rate is slowly coming below 6, Jadhav and Dhoni look set. India should be able to finish this; there is still Vijay Shankar and Ravindra Jadeja down the order.
8.35 pm: India needs 64 off 65 balls.
8.27 pm: FOUR! Dhoni is breaking free; continuing from where he left in Australia. He has quickly moved to 39 off 49 balls (4x4, 6x1).
8.25 pm: SIX! Dhoni's first six of the innings. Coulter-Nile gets the treatment; 73 needed off 75 balls.
8.16 pm: Dhoni-Jadhav complete 50-run stand, India reaches 150; 87 needed off 88 balls.
8.11 pm: India is 139 for four after 34 overs, needs a further 98 runs from 96 balls. Kedar Jadhav and M. S. Dhoni have put together a 40-run stand for the fifth wicket.
7.52 pm: India needs 111 off 118 now. Dhoni batting on 11, Jadhav on 18.
7.31 pm: Quick fact: Zampa picked up three wickets in an ODI international after 14 games. The last one came against Pakistan in 2017.
7.23 pm: WICKET! Zampa removes Rayudu. The ball had a bit of turn and bounce, caught by Carey.
Ambati Rayudu c Carey b Zampa 99/4 (23.3 overs)
7.15 pm: The chase master is out in the middle — M.S. Dhoni.
7.10 pm: WICKET! This is a massive breakthrough for Australia. Rohit Sharma is out.
Coulter-Nile keeps it short, finds the leading edge of Rohit's bat; Finch doesn't miss many.
Rohit Sharma c Finch b Coulter-Nile 37 off 66 (5x4)
7.05 pm: Ambati Rayudu is out in the middle. He has had a decent run with Team India in New Zealand. The 90 in Wellington was a good knock to take the team home.
6.53 pm: WICKET! Zampa traps Kohli in front of his stumps. It was a quicker googly that took the Indian captain by surprise.
V Kohli lbw b Zampa 44 off 45 (4x6, 6x1); IND 80/2 (17.0)
6.48 pm: India looking steady at the moment. After 16 overs, 70/1.
6.40 pm: Kohli has continued his great run in 2019 too.
Here's looking at his 2019 records
6.32 pm: In other news, the broadcasters are flashing the massive attendance tonight — 35,786 people in the house.
6.26 pm: Behrendorff gets the treatment now. Kohli whacks it down the ground.
After 11 overs, IND 48/1
R Sharma 24 off 37 (4x5)
V Kohli 22 off 28 (4x3, 6x1)
6.21 pm: SIX! Cummins pitches it short, Kohli pulls and finds the fence. First six for India.
6.03 pm: Brilliant bottom-hand flick by Kohli to find a boundary off Coulter-Nile. Most of Kohli's runs against fast bowlers have come off the artsy flick. INDIA 18/1 (5.3)
5.55 pm: Rohit looks in great touch, as usual. This has been his season.
Here's looking at his ODI records in 2019
5.47 pm: WICKET! Nathan Coulter-Nile strikes first ball. Shikhar Dhawan slices the ball at point, finds Maxwell. India lose first wicket.
Dhawan c Maxwell b Coulter-Nile 0 (1); IND 4/1 (1.1)
5.43 pm: Rohit Sharma starts off with a boundary in the first ball.
Kuldeep post first innings: "The first 10 overs were crucial. Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami bowled really well. I am coming back after a break, so it took time to get back into rhythm. The wicket is slow, so I wanted to mix-up my slower. The wicket of Handscomb was special."
4.59 pm: Australia finishes at 236/7; Carey remains not out on 36.
4.54 pm: Back-to-back boundaries for Carey, Australia moves to 234/6.
4.50 pm: Fifty-run partnership comes up between Carey and Coulter-Nile; AUS 225/6 (48.5)
4.42 pm: Three overs to go; Carey and Coulter-Nile are having a go at everything. Bumrah will bowl the 48th.
4:29 pm: A top spell from Kuldeep Yadav comes to an end, with figures of 2 for 46. Australia 192/6 in 44 overs.
4:13 pm: OUT. Shami strikes again and this time with the big wicket of Glenn Maxwell for 40. A length ball and Maxwell plays it early across the line, to see his off-stump knocked back. Australia six down.
4.03 pm: WICKET| A slower off-cutter beats Turner who wanted to slog across the line; beautifully bowled by Shami.
Turner departs for 21 off 23 (4x1, 6x1); AUS 169/5 (37.5)
4.01 pm: Turner is playing a good hand, batting on 21 off 23, and supporting senior pro Maxwell. The right-hand batsman had failed to make a mark in the T20Is; this innings will give him some confidence going into the remaining games. And while I write this, Shami runs through his gate.
3.35 pm: WICKET! Flight in the air, Handscomb — notably the best player of spin in the Australia side — steps out and misses; stumped by Dhoni.
Handscomb departs for 19 off 30 (4x1); AUS 137/4 (31.2)
3.20 pm: Kohli brings on his strike bowler Bumrah against Maxwell... and it nearly works! He gets an edge of Maxwell and it goes in between Dhoni and second slip Rohit Sharma.
Indian spinners have tightened the screws here. Last 5 overs have yielded only 16 runs for the loss of two wickets.
3.09 pm: WICKET! Khawaja throws away a good start. Khawaja comes down the track and chips it down to deep mid-wicket to Vijay Shankar, who mkaes good ground to take a superb catch! The Aussie departs for 50. T20 centurion from Bangalore Glenn Maxwell joins Handscomb.
2.57 pm: WICKET! Kedhar Jadhav does it again! Stoinis smacks a long hop straight to Kohli at mid-wicket! He hit that fiercely and the momentum of the shot took Kohli off his feet. Good grab by the skipper. Peter Handscomb is the new man in.
2.50 pm: Jadhav and India appeals for a bump-ball catch of Stoinis. TV replays confirms the doubt. Not out.
2.39 pm: Spin from both ends now. Jadeja and Kedhar Jadhav, who Simon Doull describes as 'right-arm all sorts', are bowling in tandem. Can Jadhav work his magic for Kohli?
2.28 pm: Twenty-six runs in the last four overs for Australia, taking it to 49 for one after 12 overs. Usman Khawaja looking to assert himself more and more, while Marcus Stoinis continues to play the sheet anchor. The left-hander hit Kuldeep Yadav for a six in his first over and, at the other end, Vijay Shankar is offering boundary balls that Stoinis, in particular, has taken full advantage of.
2.10 pm: Australia is 23 for one after eight overs. Usman Khawaja is trying to open up and transfer the pressure onto the Indian new-ball bowlers. After a couple of quiet overs, he struck Jasprit Bumrah for a couple of fours — one through extra-cover and another through point — to get the innings going. The first bowling change for India, with Vijay Shankar coming into the attack.
1.56 pm: Australia is 13 for one after five overs. Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah are in great rhythm and Marcus Stoinis and Usman Khawaja have been cautious after the loss of Aaron Finch.
1.36 pm: WICKET! No landmark innings from Finch. Bumrah with a ripper to the Aussie skipper of just his third ball, takes the outside edge to Dhoni!
1.30 pm: Mohammed Shami begins proceedings for India with the ball against Usman Khawaja.
Australia skipper Aaron Finch is playing in his 100th ODI. Fortunately for him, there is no Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who dismissed him three times out of three down under, in India's ranks to spoil his party early on. A Finch special to start the series?
Australia: Finch (c), Khawaja, Stoinis, Handscomb, Maxwell, Turner, Carey (wk), Coulter-Nile, Cummins, Zampa, Behrendorff
India: Rohit, Dhawan, Kohli (c), Rayudu, Kedhar, Dhoni (wk), Shankar, Jadeja, Kuldeep, Bumrah, Shami
TOSS: Australia wins toss and has elected to bat frst. Kohli says he would have bowled first if he had won the toss.
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