Today India vs Australia 4th ODI Match Live Streaming Score Prediction Playing XI’s 20 Jan 2016

Today India vs Australia 4th ODI Match Live Streaming Score Prediction Playing XI’s 20 Jan 2016 :- After losing the VB Series 2016 by 3-0 now its going to be a matter of pride for the Indian team in the remaining 2 matches as men in blue will look towards giving their countrymen some moments of joy and celebrations by winning both the game consecutively. The fourth ODI match of IND vs AUS 2016 will be played at Manuka Oval, Canberra and this interesting game between Men in Blue vs Kangaroo’s will begin at around 8:50 AM IST.

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In a little less than three years, the Manuka Oval at Canberra has played host to five One-Day Internationals. On Wednesday (January 20), it will see its sixth, as Australia face off against India for the fourth game of the five-match one-day series. Of the five games, the teams have crossed 250 eight times, 300 four times, and 400 once. If there were any doubts that the ongoing Australia-India series would finally start to veer towards the bowling side, those stats should clamp those doubts shut emphatically. If it hasn’t, then this is the ground where a player (Chris Gayle) scored the first double hundred in the men’s Cricket World Cup.

Although the match is primed to be another high-scorer, what will interest both teams in how the toss goes. Australia have won three back-to-back games while chasing down record scores at the WACA, the Gabba and the MCG. But history dictates that the team batting first at the Manuka Oval stands the best chance of victory. There has been no successful chase in Canberra since February 2008 when Sri Lanka beat India in a rain-marred game.

Australia are already 3-0 up, and the series trophy is in their bag. India, on the other hand, have flattered to deceive thus far. A five-nil drubbing beckons the 2011 World Champions, and they will want to ensure they do everything they can to stem the rot.

India vs Australia 4th ODI 2016 Toss Result & Teams

Australia won the toss after which their captain Steve Smith has elected to bat first

Smith: ‘We will bat. It’s pretty warm, looks like a good wicket, slows up later on. Nathan Lyon and David Warner are back, they replace Scott Boland and Shaun Marsh. Maxwell was calm and composed the other night, we are looking for more such performances from him in future.’

Dhoni: ‘It gives us an opportunity to chase down the target, just one change for us, Barinder Sran has been replaced by Bhuvneshwar Kumar. In a team sport, it’s important to perform well. It’s been disappointing ( to lose the series), we have been quite consistent, but at the end of the day, we need to win games. There are two more games to go, it’s a learning curve, the youngsters will get better for the experience.’

Teams:

India (Playing XI): Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane, Gurkeerat Singh Mann, MS Dhoni(w/c), Ravindra Jadeja, Rishi Dhawan, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Ishant Sharma, Umesh Yadav

Australia (Playing XI): Aaron Finch, David Warner, Steven Smith(c), George Bailey, Glenn Maxwell, Mitchell Marsh, Matthew Wade(w), James Faulkner, Kane Richardson, John Hastings, Nathan Lyon

India vs Australia 4th ODI 2016 Live Channels List

In India you can watch the live coverage of India vs Australia 4th ODI match 2016 on the following channels starting from 8:50 am Indian Standard Time :

Star Sports 1 (English Commentary)

Star Sports 3 (Hindi Commentary)

Hotstar APP

Prediction : India will win today 4th ODI match against Australia

Match Description

Match: Aus vs Ind, 4th ODI, India tour of Australia, 2016

Date and Time: January 20, 2016; 14:20 Local Time, 08:50 IST

Weather: 35 degrees with a slight chance of rain

Venue: Manuka Oval

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