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    India v Australia

    SAWAI MANSINGH STADIUM, OCTOBER 16, 2013

    2nd ODI - IND v AUS

     
    Australia 1st Inn 5/359
    India 1st Inn 1/362
    Australia won the toss and elected to bat
    India won by 9 wickets
    India Over:43.3  RR:8.32
    Batsmen Runs B 4s 6s SR
    RG Sharma* 141 123 17 4 114.63
    V Kohli 100 52 8 7 192.31
    Australia
    Bowlers O M R W Econ
    GJ Maxwell* 5.3 0 48 0 8.73
    XJ Doherty 10.0 0 70 0 7.00
    Recent Overs:
    1  1  6  4  1  1  | 1  .  6  .  1  1  | 4  6  4  |
    Last Wicket: Dhawan, 95 (c:Haddin b:Faulkner)
    Current Partnership: 186 runs, 104 balls, RR:178.85

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    The Indian batsmen were given a tough time from the Aussie quick bowlers in the opening One Day International, and having tasted blood, the Australians will be looking to keep things fiery in the second match of the series.

    Follow our live scores of the second ODI between India and Australia here, and you can also post your comments and feedback below.

    India’s much vaunted batting line-up fell away to the Australian speedsters – but the bowlers were given license to attack after the batsmen had posted more than 300 in the first clash.

    The Indian bowlers seemed lost when bowling to Aaron Finch, while captain George Bailey played a cracker of an innings to lay a superb foundation for the smashers down the order.

    Then Mitchell Johnson intimidated, Clint McKay delivered and James Faulkner overcame an expensive first spell to stall the Indian middle-order.

    Jaipur will offer a true pitch; there will be pace and bounce for the batsmen to work their shots but if a bowler is prepared to bend his back, he will also get them to rip and snort.

    As things currently stand, Australia have at least one bowler who can do that – Johnson was cranking up to more than 150 km/hr in the first game while Nathan Coulter-Nile can also hurry the batsmen into playing a false stroke or two.

    Australia will be tempted to play Coulter-Nile tonight. He can play a few shots with the bat too and an extra pace bowler may not harm the side’s chances. However, five speedsters, including Shane Watson, would be a luxury so the selectors and Steve Rixon will have options.

    India won’t change their batting line-up, but the bowling might change as they might look to bring in Shami Ahmed, a bowler who makes up for his lack of experience with his pace. The toss-up for that spot will be between Ahmed, Ishant Sharma and Vinay Kumar.

    R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja bowled decently in the first game but they will also feel the need to adapt to the pitch at Rajasthan.

    India continue to remain favourites but Australia will have got their confidence up and there is plenty of support from home as a win – in any form – is seen as some hope for the return Ashes.

    Follow the live score of this second ODI between India and Australia from 7pm AEST.

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    • 5:37pm
      chann wee said | 5:37pm | ! Report

      Virat Kohli sporting a new bat sponsor, India v Australia, one-off T20, Rajkot, October 10, 2013
      Virat Kohli’s 16th ODI century was India’s quickest © BCCI
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      Report : India blaze down target of 360
      Matches: India v Australia at Jaipur
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      India’s chase of 359 was the second highest in ODIs, after the Johannesburg epic between Australia and South Africa. (Click here for a list of highest chases in ODIs.) It was also the fourth highest chase of a 300-plus target in terms of run rate.

      Virat Kohli’s century off 52 deliveries was the quickest by an India batsman – beating Virender Sehwag’s hundred off 60 balls against New Zealand in Hamilton – and the seventh fastest in ODIs. (Click here for a list of the fastest one-day centuries.)

      Kohli’s hundred is also the fastest against Australia in ODIs, beating Craig McMillan’s 67-ball ton in Hamilton in 2007. It was the third fastest hundred in a chase, after Shahid Afridi’s 45-ball century against India in Kanpur in 2005 and Kevin O’Brien’s 50-ball hundred against England in Bangalore in the 2011 World Cup.

      The total of 359 equalled Australia’s highest against India in ODIs. They had made this score twice before – in the final of the 2003 World Cup and in the second final of the 2004 VB Series. This was the first time in 13 attempts that India successfully chased a target in excess of 300 against Australia.

      India’s score of 362 for 1 is the highest total achieved for the loss of one wicket or fewer in an ODI. The previous highest was Sri Lanka’s 348 for 1 against India in Kingston in July this year.

      Australia’s innings was the first instance of all top five batsmen making more than 50 in an ODI. There has been only one other ODI innings in which five batsmen scored fifty or more – Pakistan’s did it against Zimbabwe.

      Eight batsmen made scores of more than 50 in this match, only the second such instance in ODIs. Five Pakistan batsmen and three Zimbabwe batsmen hit half-centuries in an ODI in Karachi in 2008.

      Boundaries amounted to 438 runs in this game, the third-highest such aggregate for an ODI. The 75 fours and 23 sixes in the match are the sixth highest in their respective charts for ODIs. In this game, India hit their most boundaries against Australia, after Australia had hit their most boundaries against India.

      Seven or more bowlers conceded 60 or more runs in a match for only the fourth time in ODIs.

      Ravindra Jadeja bowled his most expensive ten-over spell in this match, while Vinay Kumar bowled his second-most expensive spell. For Australia, Clint McKay, Shane Watson, Glenn Maxwell and James Faulkner bowled the most expensive spells of their careers in this match.

      Rohit Sharma hit his third ODI century, 58 innings after he made his second one, against Sri Lanka at Bulawayo in 2010.
      Kohli now has ten centuries in wins while chasing in ODIs, the second most after Sachin Tendulkar, who has 14. Kohli averages 82.70 in successful ODI chases, the sixth highest among batsmen with a minimum of 20 innings.

    • 4:47am
      Prateek Sharma said | 4:47am | ! Report

      Some series they said

    • 3:36am
      Vijay S said | 3:36am | ! Report

      Gotta say, I never thought for a moment if India could reach even 300 after watching Australia’s powerful batting.
      Well, that’s India for u!

    • 2:42am
      banjit nath said | 2:42am | ! Report

      wow imezing

    • 2:31am
      chann wee said | 2:31am | ! Report

      Australia 359/5 v India 362/1 (43.3/50 ov)
      India won by 9 wickets (with 39 balls remaining)

      oooooopppppppsssssssss
      that is a hammering if there was one !!!!

    • 2:11am
      Vishnu dev said | 2:11am | ! Report

      I think that’s a bad decision to bat first,this pitch is dangerous to bowlers.Can indian batsmen fired by mitchel or faulkner?

    • 1:59am
      DendoWeedFace said | 1:59am | ! Report

      From a die hard Aussie cricket fan I have to say, well done India, fantastic reply to such a great innings by Australia.

      Currently IND 281-1 37th over.

      Now this is ODI cricket at its finest

      • 2:03am
        DendoWeedFace said | 2:03am | ! Report

        It’s like a mirror image of our innings

    • 1:38am
      Varunkumar said | 1:38am | ! Report

      Agle match me Dhawan ke dhamakar century ko koye nahe roq payega

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      12:11am
      JGK said | 12:11am | ! Report

      Brad Haddin drops the match.

      • 2:47am
        James said | 2:47am | ! Report

        winning by 9 wickets with 5 overs to spare you can hardly blame just one guy

      • 4:48am
        AP said | 4:48am | ! Report

        @JGK- Actually looking at the scores made by Kohli and Rohit, Haddin saved Australia from further embarassment. Kohli and Rohit would have finished the match within 40 overs.

    • 11:03pm
      aditya rajput said | 11:03pm | ! Report

      now Australia see how to play with indian cricket team .

      kangaroos harne k liye tayar hojao …….jai ho

      • 2:45am
        aditya rajput said | 2:45am | ! Report

        we won the match …love u india

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