India vs Australia , Betting Tips, and Match Prediction

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India vs Australia 1st T20I Winning Odds

Betting Odds for India vs Australia 

India – 1.55 (On Rs.100 users will get Rs.155 in return). Bet Now

Australia– 2.50 (If the user bet Rs.100 he will get 250 returns). Bet Now 

More betting odds and Tips

  • You can bet on the KL Rahul above 21.5 runs has an odd of 1.88. (If user bet Rs.100 then he will get returns Rs.188). Similarly, you can bet on him to score less than 21.5 has an odds of 1.88. (if user bet Rs.100 then he will get returns Rs.183). Bet Now
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Match Details

Match: India vs Australia, 1st T20 Match 2022

Date: September 20, 2022, 

Time: 1.30 pm GMT and 07:00pm IST

Venue: Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium – Mohali, India

Pitch report

The bounce of the Abu Dhabi pitch is unpredictable and uneven, and because of the pitch’s slowness, the ball will be a little bit sticky. In this encounter, we anticipate that the average score will be anywhere between 130 and 140 runs.

Weather Report 

On the day of the match, the weather in Abu Dhabi is forecast to be clear, bright, and sunny, and there is no chance of any precipitation. It is anticipated that there will be no delays caused by rain throughout this match.

Squad Comparison for India vs Australia 


We anticipate India to begin fielding a strong team for majority of the matches in this series. We anticipate that Rohit Sharma, Kl Rahul, and Virat Kohli will be the top three batsmen initially. The internet is buzzing with people’s opinions on why these three should not play on the same Twenty20 squad.

We don’t expect it, but KL Rahul could be the next player to leave the team. In Australia, KL Rahul will need to score runs more quickly despite the importance of his ability to deal with pace and bounce.

In the middle order, SKY and Hardik Pandya are safe bets. There is only one spot available for either DK or Pant, as Axar Patel is most likely to play at number 7. We anticipate that India will side with Dinesh Karthik and hear him out.

In terms of hitting, this lineup is quite potent and reasonably deep. When Axar replaces Jadeja at number seven, India may find it difficult to maintain its high-risk attack strategy if it suffers early wickets.

Jasprit Bumrah’s comeback is timely and crucial. In preparation for the T20 World Cup, he has to get several innings under his belt as India’s best T20 bowler. It appears that the Indian team’s favoured batting order will consist of Yuzvendra Chahal, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, and Harshal Patel. Deepak Chahar is a great backup if Bhuvneshwar Kumar needs a day off.

It will be difficult to halt India at home. With Virat Kohli in fine form, the batting is solid, while the bowling has improved since the Asia Cup.

India Playing XI

Rohit Sharma (c), KL Rahul, Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav, Rishabh Pant (wk), Hardik Pandya, Deepak Hooda, Mohammed Shami, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah, Yuzvendra Chahal


David Warner, an Australian star, has been benched for this series. And it won’t have Mitchell Marsh, Mitchell Starc, or Marcus Stoinis either. All four of these players are locks to start for an Australian squad at full strength, therefore we can expect to witness a very different starting eleven for the series against India than we did in the T20 World Cup.

We predict trouble for this Australian squad when facing India. Matthew Wade has not shown much success against spin, and Steve Smith is not a top-tier T20 player. Aaron Finch is currently experiencing a poor run of form.

Tim David will start in place of Marcus Stoinis, Cameron Green might bat first, and Josh Inglis could bat second. All three of these players are world-class, but they lack experience at the very highest level.

It will be exciting to watch if Tim David can bring his big-hitting exploits from the T20 leagues to international cricket, like he did in the previous iteration of the IPL.

The Australian batting looks undeveloped, but the team’s bowling performance is impressive. Three of the four openers—Josh Hazelwood, Pat Cummins, and Adam Zampa—will almost certainly play. We anticipate that Kane Richardson will play the role of third seamer, with Green, Maxwell, and even David providing support if needed.

Having such a strong collection of all-rounders allows Australia to field a very deep batting lineup. The question is whether or not the team’s lack of experience will prove to be a disadvantage.

Australia Playing XI

Aaron Finch (c), Josh Inglis, Steve Smith, Cameron Green, Glenn Maxwell, Matthew Wade (wk), Ashton Agar, Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, Adam Zampa, Nathan Ellis

India vs Australia Match Prediction

The cricketing world always pays close attention whenever India and Australia face each other, and the first game of the series will be no exception. We believe India will win this match because Australia may struggle without Mitchell Starc in the fast bowling department.

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