The last and the final T20 match between India and Australia is a series decider. Both the teams are on hotspot levelling the series at 1-1. However, the weather condition at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium have also become a crucial factor in the series. The weather forecast if the day is not that promising. Both the teams must not waste any time to keep up the score above the bar. The win in the second T20 is the only hope that Australia possessed so far. It was an eight-wicket win brought up by the magic spells of Jason Behrendorff. The bowler took down the top India order, striking early, suppressing the team to a low score.
Also, Australia's top order found a strong form in the match with Moises Henriques and Travis Head. The team is looking out for another such partnership in the next fixture. The team should makeover the wobbly middle order. India bowlers are finding a good attack through the Aussie lineup. Players like Glenn Maxwell has been in low form being caught in the wobble since several matches. While Yuzvendra Chahal and his likes are forming a strong attack.
On the other hand, India's batting order is confident on the current form. Still, the team will have to worry the unpredictable inconsistencies of the batting line-up. The middle order of the batting has been sluggish, it is only MS Dhoni that has played as the last man standing after the collapse in every game. Virat Kohli is through a demeaning form. In the T20 series so far, the skipper could not make an impact. Hence, the last fixture might have some good action from the player.
Since the Guwahati match, India had the retirement of the Ashish Nehra as a big news in the team. Australia's however, is a bit different. The "scary" shattered glass of the team's bus certainly took the team by the storm. After the Guwahati match, the team bus was hit with a rock, while returning to the hotel.
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