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India vs Australia 2nd T20: Virat Kohli's boys need to win today to break this 70-year-old record

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 10 October 2017, 15:45 IST

After defeating Australia by 9 wickets in the first T20 international match in three-match T20I series, the men in blue will play on 10 October with the thought of winning the series.

The second match of the three T-20 series will be played today between India and Australia. If today's match is won by India, then Virat Kohli's boys will make an exceptional record.

Currently, team India is leading the series by 1-0, if they win today's match, India would win three-match T20I series against Kangaroos, then it will be for the first time in last 70 years when they will beat Australia in four consecutive bilateral international series. India has defeated Australia in 3 consecutive series earlier. 3-0 in the T-20 series in Australia in 2016, 2-1 in the Test series on Indian soil and 4-1 in the recent ODI series.

Players of both teams reached Guwahati on 8 October. The cricketers were welcomed with the traditional Assamese manner as they wore the Japai (traditional hat of Assam).

The second T20 match will be played in the new stadium Barsapara. The last international match in Guwahati was played in November 2010 against New Zealand. In that ODI match, India defeated visitors by 40 runs. Guwahati is hosting an International Cricket match after the gap of seven years.

First published: 10 October 2017, 15:45 IST
 
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