The third One-Day International (ODI) between India and Australia will be played in Chennai’s Chepauk Stadium. Team India faces a significant challenge in Chepauk, and Rohit Sena should exercise caution ahead of the third ODI.
The third One-Day International (ODI) between India and Australia will be played on March 22 at Chennai’s MA Chidambaram Stadium. In the second ODI, Australia defeated India by a margin of ten wickets. Indian batters struggled in the first and second One-Day Internationals against Australia. At the top order, all of Team India’s batsmen are struggling to make runs. Let’s see how the Indian squad fared in Chepauk, Chennai.
The Indian side has won seven of the 13 One-Day Internationals played at Chennai’s Chepauk stadium. At the same time, the outcome of one match has not been revealed. The ground in Chennai has traditionally favoured spinners. Spinners have dominated in this game.
India has won both of its ODIs against Australia in Chepauk, however the latest match was played here on December 25, 2019. The West Indies then trounced India by an innings and a wicket here. In that game, Shai Hope and Shimron Hetmyer both got fast century.
Virat Kohli has done the most for India on the Chepauk field. In seven matches here, he has scored 283 runs, including one century and two half-centuries. Kohli hit 31 runs in the second One-Day International against Australia, but he has not been seen in his usual rhythm in the ODI series. Indian supporters want him to win the Indian team with a scorching inning in the third ODI.