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Australia's team bus window smashed after T20 win in India

11 October 2017
Australia's team bus window smashed after T20 win in India

With this win Australia levelled the series 1-1 and the last match in Hyderabad will decide who takes the series. MS Dhoni is set to make his 80th T20I appearance in this match; he'll become only the 5th player to make that many (Afridi, Shoaib Malik, Umar Akmal and Dilshan).

In the six matches India and Australia have played against each other in 2017 across formats, Yuzuvendra Chahal has dismissed Glenn Maxwell on five occasions.

Australia came into the second T20 global as a demoralised unit.

Kohli has scored 1852 runs at an average of 54.47 while he was not out for 13 times in 47 innings of 51 matches in worldwide T20.

The hosts have a chance to seal the series as early as on Tuesday as they crushed David Warner's Australia in the first T20I by nine wickets on Saturday, October 7. But Moises Henriques and Travis Head rebuild the innings and helped Australia to a comfortable win keeping themselves alive in the three-match T20I series.

Behrendorff, playing his second match after making his debut in Ranchi last week, claimed four wickets to bowl out India for 118 before the visitors chased down the total with 27 balls to spare. Australia's batting woes continued as they once again failed to read Kuldeep Yadav's left-arm wrist spin. The stadium will be hosting their first worldwide match, and is all prepared to give an entertaining match to the people of Guwahati.

David Warner won the toss and made a decision to field first.

Australia have won the toss and have lected to field first.

A fast-bowling masterclass from global rookie Jason Behrendorff has given Australia a shot at an upset T20 series victory over India. After Kohli, Manish Pandey and Shikhar Dhawan fell victim to his lethal deliveries.

Virat Kohli was his next victim two balls later after he got an inside edge which ricocheted off his pad allowing Behrendorff to charge in and take the catch.

Pandya was out caught off Marcus Stoinis (1-20) in the 18th as the runs came in a trickle, offering an easy target for the tourists.