India vs Australia 31st Match Prediction T20 World Cup 27-03-2016

India vs Australia 31st Match Prediction T20 World Cup 27-03-2016

India vs Australia Ind vs Aus 31st Match Prediction 27 March Super ICC World T20 2016 Who will win the toss Live streaming online score card point table sports channel: India haven’t lost more than one match in ICC tournaments since 2011. Australia have lost their last five T20Is against India. They have also lost both their T20I matches against India in India. The boundary percentage for India (13.89%) is the second lowest for a team in the Super Ten. On the other hand, the cumulative singles, doubles and threes percentage for Australia is the best – 48.15%. There hasn’t been rain around in the week prior to the game and none expected on the match day as well. MS Dhoni’s men have not struggled with their eleven as much as they fought for rhythm. They were on a roll prior to the World T20 but the loss against New Zealand in the first game did rattle them. A hard-fought win against Bangladesh must put them in a confident mood but Australia aren’t too far behind. They have already won a game, convincingly against Pakistan, on the same ground just a night ago. So they must be quite buoyant as well.

India vs Australia 31st Match Prediction T20 World Cup 27-03-2016

India vs Australia 31st Match Info

Match:Ind vs Aus, 31st Match, Super 10 Group 2, ICC World T20, 2016
Date:Sunday, March 27, 2016
Time:02:00 PM GMT
Venue:Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali

Venue Guide

Stadium:Punjab Cricket Association Stadium
Ends:Pavilion End, City End
Hosts to:Punjab

Venue Scoring Pattern

Avg 1st inn score: 177
Avg 2nd inn score:148
Highest Total:211/4 (19.1 Ov) by Ind vs SL
Highest Chased:211/4 (19.1 Ov) by Ind vs SL
Lowest Defended:129/7 (20 Ov) by SLW vs IREW

India vs Australia 31st Match prediction

India will win the match

India vs Australia 31st Match toss prediction

India will win the toss

India vs Australia 31st Match Super 10 Group 2 Teams:

Australia (From): Aaron Finch, Usman Khawaja, David Warner, Steven Smith(c), Glenn Maxwell, Shane Watson, James Faulkner, Peter Nevill(w), Nathan Coulter-Nile, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Marsh, Andrew Tye, John Hastings, Ashton Agar

India (From): Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Suresh Raina, Yuvraj Singh, MS Dhoni(w/c), Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Ashish Nehra, Jasprit Bumrah, Harbhajan Singh, Mohammed Shami, Pawan Negi, Ajinkya Rahane

Australia have grappled with their batting request and finding the right men for the right spots had been a major concern. It had influenced their revolution of strike in the center overs. However, that was corrected because of Steven Smith in their last diversion. That Australia figured out how to put on their best batting execution consequently made their batting request look more intense also. They, much like India, have a variety of match-champs with the bat. In any case, it additionally matters a considerable measure in which position they play in and the one that highlighted against Pakistan may be the one they stay with for the amusement against India also.