ICC World Cup 2023: ICC World Cup 2023 is going on from 5th October 2023 in which 10 teams are taking part. 48 matches will be played at 10 different places. The first match will be played between England and New Zealand in Ahmedabad.
Each team will play 9 matches. Before the semi-finals and final, the final of the tournament will be played on 19th November in Ahmedabad.
Men In Blue vs Men In Yellow: India vs Australia ICC World Cup 2023
India will play its first match against Australia on Sunday, October 8 at Chepauk Stadium, Chennai at 2 pm. In the World Cup till now, a total of 12 matches have been played between India and Australia in which only 4 matches have been won by India, which clearly shows that Team Australia has the upper hand compared to Team India.
Australia’s record in Chennai has been excellent
The match between India and Australia on October 8 is expected to be a tough competition. Both the teams will try their best to win the match. Australia is the team that has won the title the most 5 times, this is the record, on the other hand India has won the title 2 times. Australia team has a great record at Chepauk ground, they have played 6 matches at Chidambaram Stadium so far in which they have won 5 matches, so their morale will be boosted or they will try their best to win the match. Australia got one defeat against India in 2017. Till now India has faced Chennai 3 times in which Australia has won 2 times and India has won 2 times.
India vs Australia ODI Record (Chepauk )
9 October 1987- Australia Won by 1 run.
17 September 2017- India Won by 26 runs.
22 March 2023- Australia Won by 21 runs.
Australia Team Record in (Chepauk )
1987 Australia vs India, Australia Won by 1 run.
1987 Australia vs Zimbabe, Australia Won by 96 runs.
1989 Australia vs West Indies, Australia Won by 99 runs.
1996 Australia vs New Zealand, Australia Won by 6 wickets.
2017 Australia vs India, Australia Lost by 26 runs.
2023 Australia vs India, Australia Won by 21 runs.
India vs Australia Head to Head ODI Records
Till now a total of 149 ODI matches have been played between India and Australia in which Australia has won 83 matches and India has won 56 matches while 10 matches have been no result.
Total Matches Played- 149
Australia Won – 83
Australia Lost- 56
India Won – 56
India Lost – 83
No Result – 10
India vs Australia Last 5 ODI Head to Head Matches
27 September 2023, Australia Won by 66 runs.
24 September 2023, India Won by 99 runs (DLS Method).
22 September 2023, India Won by 5 wickets.
22 March 2023, Australia Won by 21 runs.
19 March 2023, Australia Won by 10 wickets.
Chepauk Pitch Report
Chepauk’s pitch is favorable for spinners or this time also it is feeling like this, it will not be easy for the batsman to score runs, the ball will spin after gripping the pitch, which will have to be taken care of. To score runs, the batsman has to understand the spin and bounce of the pitch, this will happen only if he stays on the pitch for a long time.
It is possible that the team fielding first will get the benefit of dew while chasing but ICC has said to keep grass on the pitch this time due to which the dew factor will be less but the team chasing will get few benefits. Because of Dew Factor, spinners will not get any help. Every team wants to field first.
India Home Conditions Advantage
ICC World Cup 2023 is hosting India, because of which India will get full benefit of home conditions. Because of this, it is the most favorite team of the tournament. Team India will get full support of the fans, which will further enhance its performance.
India Team for ICC World Cup 2023
Rohit Sharma leads team India For the ICC World Cup 2023
Team: Rohit Sharma (c), Hardik Pandya (vc), Shubman Gill, Shreyas Iyer, Virat Kohli, KL Rahul (wk), Ravindra Jadeja, Ishan Kishan, Ravichandran Ashwin, Surya kumar Yadav, Shardul Thakur, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammad Siraj, Mohammad Shami, Kuldeep Yadav.
Australia Team for ICC World Cup 2023
Pat Cummins leads Team Australia for ICC World Cup 2023
Team: Pat Cummins (c), Steve Smith, Alex Carey, Josh Inglis, Sean Abbott, Marnus Labuschagne, Cameron Green, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Mitch Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, David Warner, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa.
Who will captain Australia in World Cup 2023?
Pat Cummins is the Captain for Australia in ICC World Cup 2023.
How many match will Australia will play in ICC World Cup 2023?
Australia will play a total of 9 match in ICC World Cup 2023 before semi finals and finals.