Who won 1st ODI 2020?

Who won 1st ODI 2020?

IND vs ENG, 1st ODI Highlights: India Beat England By 66 Runs To Go 1-0 Up In 3-Match Series.

Who won the 1st ODI match between India and Australia?

Australia beat India Australia won by 66 runs – Australia vs India, India in Australia, 1st ODI Match Summary, Report | Does Hardik Pandya walk into India’s ODI side as a pure batsman?

Where is the first ODI between India and Australia?

Sydney Cricket Ground
The first ODI between Australia and India will be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), Sydney.

Where is Ind vs Eng 1st ODI?

Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune
Toss England, elected to field first
Match days 23 March 2021 – daynight (50-over match)
ODI debut Krunal Pandya Prasidh Krishna
Umpires KN Ananthapadmanabhan Nitin Menon

Which is the first ODI between India and Australia?

India vs Australia 1st ODI Live Cricket Score Streaming Online: After clinching a historic 2-1 Test series win on Australian soil, Virat Kohli led Indian team will now look forward to wrap the 3-match ODI series and end the tour in style. The three match ODI series will begin from Saturday, with the first match being played in Sydney.

Where can I watch India vs Australia live?

India vs Australia 1st ODI live streaming will be available on Sony Six. You can catch live scores, live updates and live commentary on

What was the score of India vs Australia?

David Warner taps the ball towards mid-off for a single and with that Australia register an emphatic victory as they beat India by 10 wickets to take 1-0 lead in the three-match series. Four! Mohammed Shami bowls outside off and Aaron Finch taps it late towards third man, ball beats the fielder and rolls over the ropes.

How many wickets did Australia take in 1st ODI?

No one apart from Dhawan and Rahul got going for India. The Australian bowlers were on top and the pace bowling trio of Starc, Cummins and Richardson grabbed 7 wickets amongst them with the former picking up 3 and the latter two sharing 4 wickets equally between themselves. It was a day to forget for India.