IND vs AUS 4th T20I Match Prediction
In the third T20 International at the Barsapara Cricket Stadium in Guwahati, Australia pulled off an unexpected last-ball victory thanks to a stunning display by Glen Maxwell and some incredibly bad bowling by India. India now leads the series 2-1. The teams will play again on Friday at Raipur’s Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium, with the home team hoping to win the series 3-1. But with their current level of confidence, Australia will exert every effort to make the score 2-2.
In the third Twenty20 International, India batted admirably to reach a massive 222-3 total. Ruturaj Gaikwad, the opener, showed himself to be a true superstar by smashing an undefeated 123 off just 57 balls. The unlucky fast bowlers from India, Prasidh Krishna (0-68 from 4 overs) and Arshdeep Singh (1-44 from 4 overs), were carried all over the field, so the score was insufficient.
Despite their bowling problems, India still has a very good batting lineup. You should also watch Yashasvi Jaiswal in addition to Ruturaj (311 runs at an average of 39 and a strike rate of 172) in the last ten games.
The greatest T20I batter in the world, captain Suryakumar Yadav, should have a significant impact on this match. For the next two games, Shreyas Iyer will be added back to the lineup, offering some consistency to the middle-order. He’ll probably start in the eleven instead of Tilak Varma.
For the past two games, India’s bowling squad has been strengthened with the addition of Deepak Chahar. Chahar recently had a successful Syed Mushtaq Ali (T20) Trophy for Rajasthan, taking 10 wickets at an economy rate of 7.38 in 5 games. He had a strike rate of 171.79 while using the bat, scoring 67 runs off of 39 balls. His arrival will provide some equilibrium to the rapid bowling team.
In spite of receiving very little assistance from the wickets, the spinners, Axar Patel and Ravi Bishnoi, are performing admirably.
India Predicted XI:
Yashasvi Jaiswal, Avesh Khan, Arshdeep Singh, Rinku Singh, Shreyas Iyer, Axar Patel, Ravi Bishnoi, Ruturaj Gaikwad, Ishan Kishan (wk), and Deepak Chahar
In the third Twenty20 International, Glenn Maxwell’s explosive 104 off 48 balls helped Australia chase down a big total of 223. But Maxwell is back home now, as are Sean Abbott, Josh Inglis, Marcus Stoinis, Steven Smith, and Adam Zampa. For the final two games, the roster has been expanded to include Josh Philippe, Ben McDermott, Chris Green, and Ben Dwarshuis in lieu of them.
This batting attack will now be led by the excellent Travis Head. Head, who has been playing at an incredible level lately, will be hoping to capitalize on this flat surface and the lackluster Indian bowling attack.
With a 134 strike rate in the T20 format, Josh Philippe is an interesting batsman. This track should be fun for him to bat on.
The two batters you should be on the lookout for are Tim David and Matthew Wade. Wade looked impressive during his 16-ball 28 in the last match, and David is among the world’s most powerful ball strikers.
Australia’s star bowler in the third Twenty20 International, Jason Behrendorff, had amazing stats of 1-12 from 4 overs. He appears to have strong rhythm and will provide another threat to the Indian hitters.
Australia Predicted XI:
Nathan Ellis, Jason Behrendorff, Tanveer Sangha/Chris Green, Josh Philippe, Aaron Hardie, Josh Head, Ben McDermott, Matthew Short, Tim David, Matthew Wade (c & wk), and Kane Richardson
PITCH AND WEATHER CONDITIONS
Both hitters and bowlers are known to benefit from the sporty wicket at this location. Early on, seam bowlers may expect some bounce and movement, while later on, spinners can expect some grip. Early on, batters may not have it easy. But if the dew hits hard, things can get simpler while they’re chasing.
Raipur’s evening weather is predicted to be hazy and chilly.
The Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium in Raipur will host its inaugural Twenty20 International match on this day. The first innings score in domestic Twenty20 cricket has typically hovered between 150 and 160. Only once in 29 T20 matches at the site has a team scored more over 200 runs. But in this series, the wickets have been rather flat, so we might have another one like that here. When batting first, the team’s goal is to reach a total of 180–200.
Toss: To Bowl
The chasing team has won 16 of the 29 Twenty20 matches held at Raipur’s Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium. Given how important dew was to this series in the second innings, it’s highly likely that the captain who won the toss will field here.
India will Win this Match
India’s confidence would have taken a serious hit after that final Twenty20I defeat. Australia would have been ahead if they had been on the same team. But their batting lineup appears a touch inexperienced with players like Josh Inglis, Marcus Stoinis, and Maxwell going home. It’s the same way with how they bowl. India’s batting team ought to put up another impressive showing. But once more, they could be let down by their careless fast bowlers.