India vs Australia 1st ODI Highlights: Australia beats India by 66 runs to take 1-0 lead

Australia rode on centuries from Aaron Finch and Steve Smith and then came up with a good bowling show to take 1-0 lead in the three-match series.


Hardik Pandya plays a shot en route to his half-century against Australia.   -  AP

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Result: Australia beats India by 66 runs.

India 307/7 after 49 overs: The 300 is up for India and the tail has ensured the margin of defeat is less. Outstanding effort from Australia.

India 299/7 after 48 overs: Australia take a review but Starc continues to be wicketless.

India 297/7 after 47 overs: Saini and Shami loot 15 runs from Maxwell's over and are inching towards the 300-run mark.

India 282/7 after 46 overs: What a show from Zampa as he ends with 10-0-54-4

India 273/6 after 45 overs: Navdeep Saini finally gets one out of the middle and smacks Maxwell straight into the sightscreen for a maximum.

India 264/6: Australia running through quickly as it well past the close time. India took four hours and six minutes while bowling.

India 259/6 after 43 overs: Jadeja and Saini are keeping the scorecard ticking but India needs 116 from 42 balls.

India 256/6 after 42 overs: Zampa and Maxwell running through the overs to make up for the slow over rate but Jadeja needs to show some intent rather than just playing safe.

India 253/6 after 41 overs: Maxwell gets in a quick over and gives just three as India needs 122 in 54 balls.

India 250/6 after 40 overs: What a spell from Hazlewood. He took three wickets upfront, halted the juggernaut and then comes back to bowl some tight overs.

India 247/6 after 39 overs: Top innings from Hardik comes to an end as he falls for 76-ball 90 and Australia well and truly on top. Zampa picks his third wicket.

India 246/5 after 38 overs: Hardik with a flat-batted pull through the mid-on moves into the ninetiesand India requited 129 runs from 72 balls.

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India 237/5 after 37 overs: Just five runs from Zampa's over and Australia slowly tightening the screws. Hardik needs to play a blinder from her to get India home.

India 232/5 after 36 overs: What a top over from Cummins as he gives just a single and the required run-rate is now gradually creeping up. It's now or never for Hardik.

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India 231/5 after 35 overs: Zampa strikes and he picks Dhawan who falls for a well-made 74 off 86 balls. Ravindra Jadeja joins Hardik.

India 227/4 after 34 overs: Dhawan flicks Cummins for a timely boundary and India needs 148 runs from 16 overs.

India 221/4 after 33 overs: Maxwell puts down a tough chance off his own bowling to hand Pandya a life. Dhawan needs to motor on as the more he consumes deliveries, the pressure will be more on Pandya

India 218/4 after 32 overs: Dhawan exhibits a brilliant cut through the point and that was pure timing. This duo is keeping India in the hunt although a wicket will put Australia back on top.

India 213/4 after 31 overs: Dhawan gets into the act as he pulls Stoinis for a boundary and these two are keeping India in the hunt.

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India 208/4 after 30 overs: Hardik and Dhawan are chopping off the runs and this is great batting, given the target is 375. A wicket here, would put Australia on top.

India 201/4 after 29 overs: Hardik Pandya is playing a special innings as he surpasses Shikat Dhawan and is batting on 69. The partnership is worth 100 and what a fine recovery this has been. India needs 174 runs at a req. rate of 8.29.

India 190/4 after 28 overs: Sensible batting from Hardik and Dhawan as they are banking on singles and with the required rate much under control, this is a great partnership.

India 185/4 after 27 overs: Mitchell Starc has come back beautifully after conceding a planety in the first overs as he gives just three runs.

India 182/4 after 26 overs: Top stuff from Marcus Stoinis as he gives just two from his fourth over and Australia has managed to keep a lid on the scoring.

India 180/4 after 25 overs: Mitchell Starc bowls a decent over as he concedes just seven, despite leaking a boundary. India well and truly in the game.

India 173/4 after 24 overs: Hardik and Dhawan have stitched a partnership woth 72 and India needs 202 runs at a required run-rate of 7.77 and the current run-rate is 7.37.

India 169/4 after 23 overs: Superb half-century from Hardik Pandya and it has come off 32 deliveries. He attacks Maxwell with a boundary and two huge sixes and the all-rounder is showing his prowess with the bat. 

India 151/4 after 22 overs: Dhawan is five short from reaching his fifty and Pandya is playing an excellent role of a second fiddle.

India 149/4 after 21 overs: Maxwell peels out a very economical over, giving just five. The required rate is still under control for India.

India 144/4 after 20 overs: It's a T20 game from now on as Hardik slams Zampa over long-on for a maximum and this could be a game-defining innings from the India all-rounder.

India 135/4 after 19 overs: Dhawan is playing a sensible role as he has dropped anchor and a good partnership can being India back into the match.

India 128/4 after 18 overs: Hardik Pandya has decided to attack as he smacks Zampa for a maximum over long-on and then gets a thick outside edge as the ball runs to the boundary. Useful runs for India.

India 117/4 after 17 Overs: Cummins continues. Pandya pulls one away for four. Just three off the next five balls. Pandya has to curb his attacking instincts and stay with Dhawan for as long as possible.

India 110/4 after 16 Overs: Zampa continues. Good over. Just four singles from it. Wonder what's going through Dhawan's mind right now. He has to anchor this chase.

India 106/4 after 15 Overs: Pat Cummins is back for another crack. Good over that - started in wayward fashion by conceding a free hit but recovered well. Three off it in the end.

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India 103/4 after 14 Overs: Adam Zampa, right-arm leg spinner, comes into the attack. He gets KL Rahul! India in deep trouble! India still need 274 to win and it's the wickets column that will worry them. They still have Hardik Pandya and Ravindra Jadeja in the ranks. Dhawan will be the key, really. Here's Hardik Pandya. Great over. Four runs and a wicket.


India 99/3 after 13 Overs: Mitchell Starc into his fourth. He has been way too erratic at the start. Can he turn it around now? A good over from him, just one coming off it in the end.

India 98/3 after 12 overs: Australia attacking with Hazlewood and he has picked crucial wickets to put a lid on the scoring. Just five from the over but the good thing is the required rate is less than the current runrate. 

India 93/3 after 11 overs: KL Rahul announces his arrival with a fierce cut through the point and despite losing three wickets, the required rate is less than the current run-rate.

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India 80/3 after 10 overs: Hazlewood brings Australia back in the game as he removes Kohli and Iyer and India, although have got the required runs in the Powerplay, have lost it's kingpin. Hazlewood on fire.

India 76/1 after 9 overs: Kohli flicks Cummins for a maximum and what a shot that was! Just worked on the pace and gets his bottom-hand into play and the ball flies over the backward square leg. He is putting a fight in chase of a mammoth target.

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India 67/1 after 8 overs: Hazlewood slows down the run chase with a tight over as he gives just three runs. But, Kohli is looking in great touch.

India 64/1 after 7 overs: Adam Zampa put down Virat Kohli! This is something that is going to hurt Australia as Kohli smacks Cummins for consecutive boundaries and this run chase is well in control with India. The Indian captain is charged up.

India 54/1 after 6 overs: Excellent from Josh Hazlewood as he removes Mayank with a bumper and then makes Virat Kohli play three dot ball and ends up giving just a single.

India 53/0 after 5 overs: The fifty is up for India and this is a superb start with both openers going great guns. Fabulous from Dhawan and Mayank.

India 46/0 after 4 overs: Oh Boy! Mayank is enjoying is stay at the crease and he brings out a wonderful drive over cover for a maximum and what a start this has been for India.

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India 39/0 after 3 overs: Dhawan is in full flow and he presents the full face of the bat for a brilliant cover drive and Australia are facing the leather.

India 32/0 after 2 overs: Mayank gets into the act as he smacks Hazlewood for consecutive boundaries - an exquisite cover drive followed by another one and this is a great start by the Indian openers.

India 20/0 after 1 over: Brilliant start from India as Dhawan beings in counter-attack fashion as he smokes Starc for three boundaries and this is exactly the kind of start that Kohli would have expected. Mayank is off the mark.

Alright we are back for the chase and it will be Mayank Agarwal along with Shikhar Dhawan. Mitchell Starc to start proceedings with the new ball.

End of Innings: Australia posts a mammoth score of 374/6

Steve Smith and Aaron Finch hit brilliant centuries as Australia posted a massive target of 374/6 in 50 overs. Not to forget the cameo from Glenn Maxwell and this will take some batting from the Indians to chase down this target. Back for the chase in a bit.

Australia 367/5 after 49 overs: What a fantastic knock by Smith as he reaches his century in just 62 balls and the 360-run barrier has been breached.

Australia 355/5 after 48 overs: Australia has crosses the 350-run mark and Smith is five runs away from his century.

Australia 342/5 after 47 overs: Excellent from Bumrah as he gives six runs from his penultimate over but Australia on course to post in excess of 360.

Australia 336/5 after 46 overs: Saini gets his first wicket although he has given away 91 from his nine overs. He removes Labuschagne but Smith is still out there.

Australia 330/4 after 45 overs: Shami strikes to pick his second wicket and he gets the big fish - Glenn Maxwell who departs for an excellent19-ball 45. What a knock he has played and Australia on course to post more than 350.

Australia 317/2 after 44 overs: Maxwell has found his touch and has put an exhibition at the SCG. He first smokes Saini way over deep mid-wicket and then finishes the over by smacking two consecutive boundaries.

Australia 302/3 after 43 overs: Maxwell is dealing in boundaries as he gets his switch-hit into play, fetches a boundary and a maximum to leave Chahal clueless. The bowler is further left frustrated as Hardik Pandya drops Maxwell as he parries it over the fence.

Australia 281/3 after 42 overs: Maxwell is off the mark straightaway with a boundary through the covers and Australia is gunning for a huge total. Smith holds key for the home side.

Australia 272/3 after 41 overs: Chahal strikes and he removes Stoinis for a golden duck as India fights back at the death. Smith, though, holds fort.

Australia 264/2 after 40 overs: Bumrah finally ends his wicketless streak as he he removes Finch, who falls for 124-ball 114. Nevertheless, India has to deal with an in-form Smith and enters The Hulk, Marcus Stoinis.

Australia 252/1 after 39 overs: Finch gets to his century and what a fine knock this has been. 17th ODI century and he looks up to the sky, raises his bat in memory of Phil Hughes and Australia in commanding position. Smith continues to play a gem as this time dances down the track and lofts Chahal for a maximum over wide long-off.

Australia 238/1 after 38 overs: Excellent half-century from Smith and he has given Australia the luxury to go after the bowling and post a huge total. Another productive one for Australia.

Australia 226/1 after 37 overs: Smith changes gears as he smacks Jadeja for three boundaries. Dhawan misses a dolly at long-on and Kohli is absolutely furious. Jadeja finishes with 10-0-63-0

Australia 214/1 after 36 overs: Smith and Finch continue to motor on and it's been a toil for the Indian bowlers as even Shami, who got the breakthrough, struggles to break the stand, which is worth 58 off 50 balls.

Australia 208/1 after 35 overs: Five runs come from Jadeja's penultimate over and Finch is just a shot away from reaching his hundred.

Australia 203/1 after 34 overs: Runs are coming freely and Smith pockets yet another boundary, this time unleashes a pull. Finch, six runs short of his hundred.

Australia 194/1 after 33 overs: Smith takes an excellent review after being given Out and Jadeja's joy was shortlived. The height saved Smith and the Indians can't believe it. 

Australia 188/1 after 32 overs: Finch moves into the nineties with a fierce cut over point and India in desperate need for a breakthrough.

Australia 179/1 after 31 overs: The fall of Warner hasn't made any impact as Smith and Finch have put Australia in the driver's seat. A whip through the mid-wicket was the pick of the shot from Smith as Chahal remains wicketless.

Australia 169/1 after 30 overs: Navdeep Saini is back into the attack and this time he would like to get a wicket and give India another breakthrough. 

Australia 158/1 after 29 overs: Chahal spoils a good over by over-stepping and Finch punishes the leg-spinner by dispatching him the backward point boundary.

Australia 156/1 after 28 overs: Shami strikes and India finally breaks the 156-run stand. There was a faint edge as the ball went past Warner's bat and India took the review, which turned out to be a successful one. Out comes Steve Smith. 

Australia 149/0 after 27 overs: Finch decides to attack as he smacks Jadeja over long-on for a huge six and the Indians are chasing leather.

Australia 138/0 after 26 overs: Mohammed Shami returns into the attack and he starts his second spell in a decent way, giving four.

Australia 134/0 after 25 overs: Half-way stage and Australia on cruise mode. Warner brings out the reverse sweep off Jadeja and takes a single to retain strike.

Australia 127/0 after 24 overs: Excellent from Chahal as he gives just a single and is trying to build some pressure as Warner tries to go on the attack.

Australia 126/0 after 23 overs: Warner gets to his fifty and he brings up his 22nd ODI half-century. This is going to be a high-scoring match and India needs to make sure, Australia don't run away.

Australia 118/0 after 22 overs: David Warner is two runs short of his half-century and Bumrah's inability to penetrate through the opening stand continues.

Australia 107/0 after 21 overs: Jadeja is bowling a stump to stump line and on a flat wicket, both openers are able to play him freely, without any pressure.

Australia 103/0 after 20 overs: Bumrah is back into the attack and India in desperate need for a breakthrough.

Australia 100/0 after 19 overs: Finch gets to his 28th ODI half-century and this has been a measured innings from the Australian skipper. The 100-run stand is up.

Australia 97/0 after 18 overs: Finch attacks Chahal and smokes him for a maximum over long on as 13 runs come from the over.

Australia 84/0 after 17 overs: There was an appeal for a caught behind and KL Rahul was celebrating but the umpire was unmoved. Kohli wasn't sure and didn't take the review.

Australia 81/0 after 16 overs: Chahal deceives Finch with a loopy delivery and the batsman goes for the shot, only to find a top-edge. Shikhar Dhawan puts a dive but fails to get to the ball. The run flow has been checked by the spinners. 

Australia 74/0 after 15 overs: Jadeja purchases some turn and almost had Finch trapped. A huge shout for LBW but Kohli decides not to go for the review. Spin from both ends and this should be an interesting passage of play. 

Ravindra Jadeja into the attack.

Australia 72/0 after 14 overs: Warner decides to attack and he smacks Chahal over the mid-wicket. This is going to a high-scoring match and India's search for wickets continue. Very little turn for Chahal.

Australia 64/0 after 13 overs: India has once again gone wicketless in the Powerplay and Kohli would hope Chahal gets the breakthrough. Warner and Finch have got adjusted to the pace and bounce from Saini and these are dangerous signs for India. Time for Drinks.

Australia 56/0 after 12 overs: Tidy start from Chahal as he gives just two runs. Finch on one occasion dances down the track but was beaten by flight. 

Spin into the attack and it will be Yuzvendra Chahal.

Australia 54/0 after 11 overs: Good over from Saini as he surprises Warner with a bouncer and gives three runs. Warner fetches an outside the off delivery and dispatches to the deep for a single. 

Australia 51/0 after 10 overs: End of Powerplay and the fifty-run opening stand is up. Australia will be happy with both openers - Warner and Finch getting their eye in.

Australia 49/0 after 9 overs: Class from Warner as he helps a back of length delivery past the short fine leg for a boundary and this is a very good start from Australia. Saini gives nine and he is proving expensive. India, in need for a breakthrough.

Australia 40/0 after 8 overs: Bumrah bowling some really tight overs and this time gives just three to finish his fourth over. India needs to break this stand as both Finch and Warner are well-set and will attack going forward.

Australia 37/0 after 7 overs: Saini starts with a loosener and Finch pounces on it as he smacks it past point for a boundary. The bowler, however, makes a brilliant comeback to bowl four dot balls and end the over with a single.

First change, Navdeep Saini into the attack

Australia 32/0 after 6 overs: Finch finally founds a boundary as pulls Bumrah past the square leg for a boundary and Australia will be happy with the way things have panned out after opting to bat first.

Australia 27/0 after 5 overs: Warner has started to free his arms and he fetches 10 runs from Shami's third over and Australia off to a sedate start. India eyeing a breakthrough here.

Australia 17/0 after 4 overs: A quick single and a direct hit from mid-off almost packed off Warner but he is safe with a dive, getting his bat inside the crease at just the right time. Indians eyeing a wicket here and both Bumrah and Shami have been brilliant.

Australia 8/0 after 3 overs: Finch is trying to make a move on but this is class bowling from Shami as he keeps hitting the off-stump channel and nearly found an outside edge.

Australia 7/0 after 2 overs: Jasprit Bumrah starts in a decent way and David Warner breaks away from the shackles with a beautiful cut through the square for the first boundary of the innings.

Australia 1/0 after 1 over: Quality stuff from Mohammed Shami as he starts with a perfect over, giving just a single. He has been impressive with his length and keeps Finch at bay. The skipper is yet to get off the mark.

Alright we are all set for the first ODI to begin and out walk David Warner and Aaron Finch. For India, it will be Mohammed Shami.

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Australia (Playing XI): Aaron Finch(c), David Warner, Steven Smith, Marcus Stoinis, Marnus Labuschagne, Glenn Maxwell, Alex Carey(w), Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood

India (Playing XI): Shikhar Dhawan, Mayank Agarwal, Virat Kohli(c), Shreyas Iyer, KL Rahul(w), Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, Mohammed Shami, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah, Navdeep Saini

Virat Kohli: It's important to start well as a team, we need to start strongly and set the momentum for the matches ahead. The preparations have been nice, we got some valuable time (on account of the quarantine). Mayank Agarwal will open - Manish Pandey, Shubman Gill, Shardul Thakur, Natarajan and Sanju Samson are the five players missing out.

Aaron Finch: We will bat first. Great to have cricket back in Australia, to play in front of crowds will be nice. The wicket looks good, hopefully, we can put runs on the board and defend. Steve Smith is back, he replaces Mitchell Marsh



India: Virat Kohli (Captain), Shikhar Dhawan, Shubman Gill, KL Rahul (vice-captain & wicket-keeper), Shreyas Iyer, Manish Pandey, Hardik Pandya, Mayank Agarwal, Ravindra Jadeja, Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, Navdeep Saini, Shardul Thakur

Australia: Aaron Finch (Captain), David Warner, Steve Smith, Marnus Labuschagne, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Alex Carey (wk), Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood, Sean Abbott, Ashton Agar, Cameron Green, Moises Henriques, Andrew Tye, Daniel Sams, Matthew Wade (wicketkeeper).

Match Starts: 9:10 am IST