India vs Australia head to head in T20: IND vs AUS T20 head to head records

India vs Australia head to head in T20: The first T20I of Australia’s tour of India will be played in Mohali today.

IND vs AUS T20 head to head records: The much-anticipated tour of Australia will finally get underway Today in Mohali with the first T20I. This will be India’s first home international match of the season and it promises to be an exciting one. Australia is always a tough opponent, but they will be without their star batsman Steve Smith. India will look to take advantage of this and start the tour on a positive note.

These two teams last played each other in a T20I in Sydney just a couple of years ago, and they’ll be renewing their rivalry in India this time around. It’s been over three and a half years since the last India-Australia T20I was played on Indian soil, in Bengaluru. So this should be an exciting match-up between two of the top cricketing nations in the world.

The highly anticipated match between India and Pakistan is just around the corner, and both teams have been practicing hard at the Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium. With neither team confirming their Playing XI yet, the exact combinations will be revealed at the toss today. Whoever wins the toss will have a big advantage in this crucial match.

India vs Australia head to head in T20

Total number of matches played: 24

  • Matches won by IND: 13
  • Matches won by AUS: 9
  • Matches played at Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium: 1 (IND 1, AUS 0)
  • Matches played in India: 7 (IND 4, AUS 3)
  • Matches played in Asia: 9 (IND 5, AUS 4)
  • IND average score against AUS: 156
  • AUS average score against IND: 154
  • Most runs for IND: 718 (Virat Kohli)
  • Most runs for AUS: 440 (Aaron Finch)
  • Most wickets for IND: 15 (Jasprit Bumrah)
  • Most wickets for AUS: 4 (Pat Cummins and Glenn Maxwell)
  • Most catches for IND: 9 (Virat Kohli)
  • Most catches for AUS: 5 (Aaron Finch and Glenn Maxwell)

This is a cricketing term that refers to the fact that only players who are currently part of squads have been considered for the most runs, wickets and catches. This means that any player not included in the current squad will not be considered for these statistics.

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