Moneycontrol
you are here: HomeNewsCricket
Last Updated : Nov 20, 2018 03:30 PM IST | Source: Moneycontrol.com

Aus vs Ind T20I: Six batsmen to keep an eye out for

As India and Australia prepare to lock horns in T20 cricket, here are the batsmen who could set the stage on fire with their dazzling strokes.

Moneycontrol News @moneycontrolcom
Thumped against South Africa in ODIs and T20I, Australia is out to make a statement against India this week in the upcoming Twenty20 series on November 21. India would aim to secure its second international T20 series in Australia, a series that pits the world’s second and third best teams against each other. The series will see some of the most exciting T20 international players on show, with with four of the format’s top 10 batsmen to hit the pitch. Read on to know more about the six batsmen who could set the series ablaze. (Image: Reuters)
1/7

Thumped against South Africa in ODIs and T20I, Australia is out to make a statement against India this week in the upcoming Twenty20 series on November 21. India would aim to secure its second international T20 series in Australia, a series that pits the world’s second and third best teams against each other. The series will see some of the most exciting T20 international players on show, with with four of the format’s top 10 batsmen to hit the pitch. Read on to know more about the six batsmen who could set the series ablaze. (Image: Reuters)

Rohit Sharma: For Rohit Sharma, 2018 has proved to be a fantastic year in terms of T20 cricket. The Indian opener has slammed two hundreds and three fifties on his way to make 560 runs in 2018 so far. Should Rohit continue his scintillating form, India could very well clinch its second consecutive T2oI series down under. T20I Matches: 87 | Innings: 80 | NO: 14 | Runs: 2207 | Highest: 118 | Average: 33.43 | Strike Rate: 138.36 | 50s: 15| 100s: 4 (Image: AP)
2/7

Rohit Sharma: For Rohit Sharma, 2018 has proved to be a fantastic year in terms of T20 cricket. The Indian opener has slammed two hundreds and three fifties on his way to make 560 runs in 2018 so far. Should Rohit continue his scintillating form, India could very well clinch its second consecutive T2oI series down under. T20I Matches: 87 | Innings: 80 | NO: 14 | Runs: 2207 | Highest: 118 | Average: 33.43 | Strike Rate: 138.36 | 50s: 15| 100s: 4 (Image: AP)

Virat Kohli: After being rested for T20 series against West Indies, Kohli is back at the helm. The Indian skipper has been in sublime batting form this year and would love to continue the same against Australia. T2oI Matches: 62 | Innings: 58 | NO: 15 | Runs: 2102 | Highest: 90* | Average: 48.88 | Strike Rate: 136.22 | 50s: 18 | 100s: 0 (Image: AP)
3/7

Virat Kohli: After being rested for T20 series against West Indies, Kohli is back at the helm. The Indian skipper has been in sublime batting form this year and would love to continue the same against Australia. T2oI Matches: 62 | Innings: 58 | NO: 15 | Runs: 2102 | Highest: 90* | Average: 48.88 | Strike Rate: 136.22 | 50s: 18 | 100s: 0 (Image: AP)

Shikhar Dhawan: Sharma's opening partner Shikhar Dhawan had a few quiet matches against West Indies but, got back in his groove with a well-made 92 against the West Indies. Dhawan has hit the ground running just at the right time. T20I Matches: 43 | Innings: 43 | NO: 3 | Runs: 1115 | Highest: 92 | Average: 27.87 | Strike Rate: 129.20 | 50s: 8 | 100s: 0 (Image: AP)
4/7

Shikhar Dhawan: Sharma's opening partner Shikhar Dhawan had a few quiet matches against West Indies but, got back in his groove with a well-made 92 against the West Indies. Dhawan has hit the ground running just at the right time. T20I Matches: 43 | Innings: 43 | NO: 3 | Runs: 1115 | Highest: 92 | Average: 27.87 | Strike Rate: 129.20 | 50s: 8 | 100s: 0 (Image: AP)

Aaron Finch: With just 12 runs from his past five T20I encounters, Finch is suffering a dip in form in T20 cricket. Should Finch get back in form, he could prove to be a major headache for Indian bowlers. T20I Matches: 47 | Innings: 47 | NO: 7 | Runs: 1608 | Highest: 172 | Average: 40.20 | Strike Rate: 158.26 | 50s: 9 | 100s: 2 (Image: Reuters)
5/7

Aaron Finch: With just 12 runs from his past five T20I encounters, Finch is suffering a dip in form in T20 cricket. Should Finch get back in form, he could prove to be a major headache for Indian bowlers. T20I Matches: 47 | Innings: 47 | NO: 7 | Runs: 1608 | Highest: 172 | Average: 40.20 | Strike Rate: 158.26 | 50s: 9 | 100s: 2 (Image: Reuters)

Glenn Maxwell: No ground is too big when Maxwell gets going, as he is able to tackle the best bowling attacks in the world headstrong. T20I Matches: 54 | Innings: 48 | NO: 8 | Runs: 1267 | Highest: 145 | Average: 31.67 | Strike Rate: 158.97 | 50s: 5 | 100s: 2 (Image: Reuters)
6/7

Glenn Maxwell: No ground is too big when Maxwell gets going, as he is able to tackle the best bowling attacks in the world headstrong. T20I Matches: 54 | Innings: 48 | NO: 8 | Runs: 1267 | Highest: 145 | Average: 31.67 | Strike Rate: 158.97 | 50s: 5 | 100s: 2 (Image: Reuters)

D'Arcy Short: A blistering left-hander batsman, D'Arcy Short's game is tailor made for white ball cricket. Although Aaron Finch is the preferred opener, it's no secret that Short is going to be serious competition for the veteran. T20I Matches: 15 | Innings: 15 | NO: 2 | Runs: 461 | Highest: 76 | Average: 35.46 | Strike Rate: 124.93 | 50s: 5 | 100s: 0 (Image: Reuters)
7/7

D'Arcy Short: A blistering left-hander batsman, D'Arcy Short's game is tailor made for white ball cricket. Although Aaron Finch is the preferred opener, it's no secret that Short is going to be serious competition for the veteran. T20I Matches: 15 | Innings: 15 | NO: 2 | Runs: 461 | Highest: 76 | Average: 35.46 | Strike Rate: 124.93 | 50s: 5 | 100s: 0 (Image: Reuters)

First Published on Nov 19, 2018 09:45 pm
Loading...
Sections
Follow us on
Available On
PCI DSS Compliant