Shubman Gill (104 off 97) and Shreyas Iyer (105 off 90) hit superlative tons as India beat Australia by 99 runs [DLS method] at the Holkar Cricket Stadium in Indore on Sunday, September 24 in the second ODI of the three-match series. With the comprehensive win, the Men in Blue clinched the series 2-0 and also maintained their unbeaten ODI record in Indore.
Mohammed Shami claimed five wickets, while four Indian batters struck half-centuries as India beat Australia by five wickets at the Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium in Mohali in on Friday, September 22 in the first ODI of the three-match series.
Senior Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has been handed an ODI comeback for the upcoming three-match home series against Australia, which will be played from September 22 to 27. Ashwin’s comeback was necessitated in the wake of an injury to left-arm spinner Axar Patel, who missed the Asia Cup final and won’t feature in the first two ODIs against Australia. His selection for the third ODI will be subject to fitness.
Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh has stated that he will not look to reinvent the wheel as captain and would look to continue what regular skipper Pat Cummins and coach Andrew McDonald have been doing with the side. Marsh has been named captain for the white-ball squads for the tour of South Africa
Australian off-spinner spinner Nathan Lyon has stated that he did not see any Bazball played by England in the first two Ashes 2023 Tests, which the hosts lost. England struggled against Lyon in the first Test, losing eight wickets to the off-spinner.
Chris Woakes claimed 4/50 while Moeen Ali picked up 3/76 as England beat Australia by 49 runs in the fifth and final Test of Ashes 2023 to draw the series 1-1. Although Australia retained the urn, England will be delighted with their fightback after losing the first two Tests.
Australia Test captain Pat Cummins has admitted that it’s a nice feeling to retain the Ashes urn. However, he made it clear that the visitors are fully focused on winning Ashes 2023 by clinching the last Test of the series at the Kennington Oval in London.
England captain Ben Stokes admitted that the weather-enforced draw in the fourth Ashes 2023 Test at Old Trafford in Manchester is a tough to take. He, however, added that it’s a part and parcel of the game, stating that they will now look to finish on a high in the last Test at the Kennington Oval in London.
Under-pressure England keeper-batter Jonny Bairstow struck 99 not out off 81, while Mark Wood picked up 3/17 as the hosts continued to assert their dominance over Australia in the fourth Ashes 2023 Test at Old Trafford in Manchester. After extending their first innings from 384/4 to 592, England then reduced Australia to 113/4 by stumps on Day 3 on Friday, July 21.