India and Australia will play their third Twenty20 International (T20I) match of the Australia tour of India in 2023 on Sunday, November 28, 2023, at 7:00 PM IST at the Barsapara Cricket Stadium in Guwahati.
India defeated Australia by 44 runs in Sunday’s second Twenty20 encounter at Thiruvananthapuram, taking a 2-0 series lead.
IND vs AUS Match Prediction:
Australia and India’s current Twenty20 International series has been thrilling. India has won two convincing games to take the lead. Australia, a resilient nation, hopes to win the third Twenty20 International.
India’s batting lineup, led by Jaiswal, Gaikwad, and Kishan, has been quite effective. Chahar and Patel have bowled quite well. Despite its lack of consistency, Australia has the ability to improve.
Barsapara Cricket Stadium’s pitch is predicted to be more favourable to batters, however later on, spinners might be used.
The Third T20I will be a close contest. Australia wants to stay in the game, but India wants to win the series. In particular, for the team batting first on the high-scoring pitch, the toss might be quite important.
India has performed admirably over the past many months. They overcame Australia after winning the Asia Cup for a record-tying eighth time. They did it despite some of the senior players missing the first two One-Day Internationals.
Match Pitch Report:
The Barsapara Cricket Stadium in Guwahati will host the third Twenty20 international match between Australia and India. Not only is this location well-known for its batting-friendly conditions, but its shorter boundaries may also work to the advantage of spinners. The duration of the game, it is anticipated that the surface will be favourable for batting. Which could lead to more scoring possibilities. Given the features of the ground and the pitch, 195 runs in total could be deemed a competitive score to defend.
India: Suryakumar Yadav (Captain), Ruturaj Gaikwad, Yashasvi Jaiswal, Ishan Kishan (Wicket-Keeper), Tilak Varma, Rinku Singh, Washington Sundar, Axar Patel, Arshdeep Singh, Avesh Khan, Ravi Bishnoi.
Australia: Matthew Wade (C & WK), Matthew Short, Steven Smith, Josh Inglis, Tim David, Marcus Stoinis, Aaron Hardie, Nathan Ellis, Sean Abbott, Jason Behrendorff, Tanveer Sangha