India vs Australia: When is the second cricket ODI?
Australia made a disappointing start to their ODI World Cup preparation on Friday night, losing five wickets to India.
After cruising along with the bat thanks to some Mitch Marsh fireworks, the visitors collapsed and were rolled for 188 in their innings, allowing the hosts to go home with over 10 overs remaining.
Australia will try to recover in Vizag on Sunday.
The sports news explains everything you need to know about the second ODI between India and Australia.
When is the second cricket ODI between India and Australia?
The second ODI between India and Australia starts on 19th March at 1:30 p.m. local time (7 p.m. AEDT).
It’s being played dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy Stadium In vizag.
How to watch or stream ODI series India vs Australia live
Fox Cricket will broadcast every match live and exclusively in Australia, while Star Sports holds the rights to the series in India.
|TV channel||fox cricket||star sport|
|Live broadcast||Foxtel Go/Kayo Sports||Disney+ Hotstar|
What is the schedule for the India-Australia ODI series?
|17. March||1:30pm IST, 7pm AEDT||India def. Australia by 5 wickets||Wankhede Stadium|
|19th March||1:30pm IST, 7pm AEDT||India vs Australia||dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy Stadium|
|March 22||1:30pm IST, 7pm AEDT||India vs Australia||MA Chidambaram Stadium|
India’s ODI squad
|Rohit Sharma (c)|
Australia’s ODI squad
|Steve Smith (c)|
Who won the last ODI series between India and Australia?
The last time India and Australia competed in an ODI series was in 2020 with Australia victorious 2-1 on home soil.
The Green and Gold won the series by winning the first two games, with Smith hitting centuries in both competitions.
Smith will lead Australia in the upcoming series in the absence of usual skipper Pat Cummins