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Expectations Up for the Final Match in Bengaluru

November 01
07:40 2013

indiaNovember 1 – Several countrymen will have their eyes stuck on the 7th One Day international match between India and Australia that will be played in Bengaluru at M Chinnaswamy Stadium on Saturday, November 2. Diwali festival is going to fall on Sunday this year and each Indian is expecting absolutely blasting and dynamic show from Indian squad which comprises M S Dhoni, Rohit Sharma, R Ashwin, S Dhawan, R Jadeja, V Kohli, Mohammed Shami, Suresh Kumar Raina, A Rayudu, I Sharma, B Kumar, A Mishra, J Unadkat, R Vinay Kumar and Yuvraj Singh.

Terrific rivalries between bat and ball are expected keeping in mind absolutely stunning performances in the previous matches of the series from the players of both the teams. Australia would also not leave any stone unturned to win in the final match in view of the fact that they lost against India in a close contest just a couple of days ago at Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur. Throughout the series, mammoth runs have been scored both by India and Australia all around the ground with several sixes and fours, but in the last ODI, concentration of both skippers would be to stop each other putting up score big.

Aussies must be planning anyhow to stop Indian openers to build a solid partnership what the duo – Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan – did in Jaipur and repeated in Nagpur. To take the wicket of Virat Kohli would also be a challenge for them as the youngster seems very much focused to score big. He is turning out as a batsman who comfortably stands against all sorts of bowling attack whether it is a short pitch and over pitch bowl.

Up till know, knocks by ‘young stars’ of host team have successfully created an enthralling panorama and similar sort of performance is expected in the upcoming match too that is going to held tomorrow. Australian batsmen G Bailey, Shane Watson, A Finch and B Haddin would also try to put big score on the board if get chance to bat first. All in all, double dose fun at the weekend is ready for Indians since it is choti Diwali on Saturday, along with the final war between the two strong teams of the world who will fight against each other to win the series.

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