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14 Jan 2019

#IndiaInAustralia: Second ODI- Preview, key players and TV listing

#AUSvIND: Kohli and Co. in a must-win scenario

Team India will be taking on Australia in the second ODI at the Adelaide Oval on January 15.

It is a must-win tie for Virat Kohli's side, who lost the first match by 34 runs on Saturday in Sydney.

India will be hoping to fight back and level the series.

There is a lot at stake for both the sides.

Here's the match preview.

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#AUSvIND: Kohli and Co. in a must-win scenario
India have to be more clinical in the final phase

Requirement

India have to be more clinical in the final phase

India will need to be more clinical in the final phase of the match, both with their bowling and batting.

The visitors conceded 93 runs in the last 60 deliveries at the SCG.

This helped Aussies to gain the momentum.

The lower middle-order in batting is a matter of concern for Kohli.

Whoever comes in, he will need to justify with a match-winning knock.

India batting

India's batsmen need to come good

India were stunned at the SCG after being rocked at 4/3.

Virat Kohli had a rare ODI failure. A lot depends on the Indian skipper especially in ties where India are chasing.

Ambati Rayudu will be required to score runs at the crucial number four position.

One can expect Kedar Jadhav, if fit, returning to the starting XI ahead of Dinesh Karthik.

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Clinical Australia ticked all the right boxes

Australia

Clinical Australia ticked all the right boxes

Australia ticked all the right boxes in Sydney.

Their middle-order batsmen got some much needed runs.

This eased the situation for the finishers, who came in and wrecked havoc in the final phase.

With the ball, the Aussies were clinical for almost the whole match.

The young pacers Jason Behrendorff and Jhye Richardson were terrific.

Aussies have the momentum, going into second ODI.

AUSvIND

Aussies will be hoping for a series win

Australia will be keen to replicate their performance and continue in the same vein.

This was Australia's third win in the last 14 ODI matches.

India will be coming hard at the hosts and Aussie skipper Aaron Finch has to get his side believing that they can clinch a rare ODI series.

Australia have the firepower to trouble India.

Australia vs India, second ODI: Key players in focus

Key players

Australia vs India, second ODI: Key players in focus

Rohit Sharma was terrific for India in the first ODI.

His special knock of 133 was a shining aspect of India's batting.

MS Dhoni scored a gritty 51 and built the innings.

He was once again surrounded by criticism from some quarters.

For Australia, Richardson and Shaun Marsh hold the key.

Richardson will be aiming to have an impact with the new ball.

When and where to watch the second ODI?

The second ODI will start on Tuesday at 8:50 AM IST. The match will be telecast live on the Sony Ten Network in both English and Hindi commentary. The match can also be streamed live on the Sony Liv app as well.

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When is the second ODI between India and Australia?

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The second ODI between India and Australia starts on Tuesday at the Adelaide Oval.

When and where can someone watch the second ODI?

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The match will start at 8:50 AM IST and will be telecast live on the Sony Ten Network.

Who are the key players?

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For India, the likes of Rohit Sharma and MS Dhoni holds the key. Australia will be dependent on the experience of Shaun Marsh and youngster Jhye Richardson.

How many runs did Rohit score in Sydney?

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Rohit scored 133 against the Aussies in Sydney.

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