The hosts, who produced a brilliant all-round show in the previous match, will hope to deliver a similar performance here. Kohli might also fancy including veteran pacer Ashish Nehra in australia vs india t20 live streaming star sports team. Pacers Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar will spearhead the bowling department for the hosts. Wrist spinners Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav will look to provide brakes on the Australian batting which failed to look lethal in the previous match. However, the seventh ranked Australian side will look to re-work on their strategies to get back to winning ways in the T20I series.
The Aussies snatched a narrow win in the first game in Visakhapatnam on Sunday to go ahead in the series. Hotstar will telecast the match Live on its website and app in the Indian subcontinent.
Fox Sports and Seven Network will broadcast the match live in Australia while Foxtel Sports will stream the game live in the country. According to the Cricbuzz report, KL Rahul could be seen opening the innings with Shikhar Dhawan in Bangalore after the latter was spotted practicing in the net session for a long duration on the eve of the game.
India could also add Vijay Shankar as the sixth bowling option which might be necessary in Bangalore.
Mayank Markande could also be dropped after a disappointing outing in the last game and this could give Siddharth Kaul another chance as well.
Rest of the line-up should be the same for India. Australia aim for their first T20I series win in India Australia may not look at making any changes to the lineup. But there could be a change in the batting order.
Captain Aaron Finch decided to bat at no. When two teams arrive in Bangalore, more often than not there is a scare of rain playing the spoilsport.
The situation is not so different this time as well. If the game is played, then we could have a high-scoring on this track at the Chinnaswamy stadium. Cricbuzz report also suggests that there could be some green tinge supporting the pacers as well.
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