IND vs AUS: How is Team India's record in St. Lucia? How many matches have they won so far, a look at the probable XI

Orhan Wadia
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IND vs AUS: How is Team India's record in St. Lucia? How many matches have they won so far, a look at the probable XI


New Delhi. The Super 8 match is to be played between India and Australia today on 24 June in the ICC T20 World Cup. All eyes are on this match because its result will affect the equation of the semi-finals. Team India has won all the matches so far in this tournament while Australia has faced only one defeat. This match is to be played in St. Lucia, West Indies. Let us know how has been the record of Team India on this ground.

India has played 3 T20 International matches in St. Lucia so far, out of which it has won 2 and lost one. India played all three matches in the year 2010. First, the Indian team defeated Afghanistan by 7 wickets. After this, it defeated South Africa by 14 runs. After this, the Indian team had to face defeat by 5 wickets in the match against Sri Lanka. Overall, India's record here has been good.

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How is the head to head record?
Teams of India and Australia have faced each other 31 times in T20 International matches so far. During this time, India has been successful in registering victory in 19 matches while Australia has won 11 matches. One match was inconclusive. Both the teams have clashed 5 times in T20 World Cup where Team India has won 4 matches while Australia has won one. It will be interesting to see which team wins today's match.

India's playing eleven could be like this: Rohit Sharma (captain), Virat Kohli, Rishabh Pant (wicketkeeper), Suryakumar Yadav, Shivam Dubey, Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, Axar Patel, Kuldeep Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah, Arshdeep Singh

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