India vs Australia in World Cup Cricket 2023: Live Updates

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India Steadily Progress Towards Target of 200

India vs Australia world cup 2023

Chennai, Oct 08, 2023 – In a high-stakes encounter at MA Chidambaram Stadium, India is putting up a determined chase in their pursuit of Australia’s total of 200 runs in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 match.

India’s innings got off to a rocky start as both openers, Rohit Sharma and Ishan Kishan, departed without contributing to the scoreboard. Rohit Sharma was dismissed lbw by Josh Hazlewood without scoring, while Ishan Kishan fell to a catch by Cameron Green off the bowling of Mitchell Starc.

However, the former Indian skipper, Virat Kohli, took the responsibility on his shoulders and played a captain’s innings. Kohli’s patient and calculated approach saw him score 84 runs from 111 deliveries, including 6 boundaries. He anchored the innings and built a crucial partnership with KL Rahul.

KL Rahul, in fine form, provided valuable support to Kohli. Rahul showcased his skills with a well-crafted 75 runs from 101 balls, featuring 7 boundaries. The duo steadied the ship for India and laid the foundation for a successful chase.

With just 34 runs needed for victory, Shreyas Iyer joined Kohli in the middle but was dismissed without adding to the score, caught by David Warner off Hazlewood’s bowling. India, at 166/3, remains in a favorable position to secure the win.

The Indian team has shown resilience and determination in their chase, and the contest is finely poised as they require 34 more runs to claim victory in this crucial ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 encounter.

Stay tuned for further updates as the action unfolds in Chennai.


Worldcricketcup2023.com with inputs from Cricbuzz


Australia Posts 199 in First Innings

India vs Australia World Cup 2023 Live Updates from Chennai: In a thrilling encounter at MA Chidambaram Stadium, Australia put up a competitive total of 199 runs in their first innings in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 clash against India.

Australia, who won the toss and elected to bat first, faced some early setbacks as Mitchell Marsh departed early with just 5 runs on the board. However, David Warner and Steven Smith steadied the ship with crucial contributions.

Warner displayed his class with a resilient 41 runs off 52 balls, featuring 6 boundaries. Unfortunately, he fell victim to Kuldeep Yadav’s brilliant catch and bowl. Smith was equally impressive, scoring 46 runs from 71 deliveries, providing a solid foundation for Australia’s innings.

Marnus Labuschagne and Glenn Maxwell chipped in with 27 and 15 runs, respectively, but the Indian bowlers, led by Ravindra Jadeja and Jasprit Bumrah, kept the pressure on. Jadeja claimed three crucial wickets, including Labuschagne and Alex Carey in quick succession.

Australia’s lower order struggled to accelerate the run rate, and India’s bowlers maintained a tight grip on the proceedings. Mitchell Starc’s late cameo of 28 runs off 35 balls provided some hope, but he was dismissed by Mohammed Siraj.

In the end, Australia managed to post a total of 199 runs in 49.3 overs, setting a target of 200 runs for India to chase. The Indian bowlers shared the wickets, with Bumrah, Siraj, Jadeja, Ashwin, and Kuldeep Yadav all contributing to restrict Australia’s innings.

The stage is now set for an exciting second innings as India prepares to chase down the target and secure victory in this crucial ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 match.

Stay tuned for more updates as the action unfolds.


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