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Aakash Chopra thinks that the India vs. Australia ODI series will be highly competitive and not end 3-0.

Aakash Chopra thinks that the India vs. Australia ODI series will be highly competitive and not end 3-0.

Following the end of the highly anticipated Border-Gavaskar Trophy, the focus is now on the ODI series. Australia and India will compete in a three-match ODI series, with the first match commencing on March 17 at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

It will be a crucial series for both countries, as the ODI World Cup is quickly approaching. India and Australia have a number of injury concerns, and they will seek to conclude this series on a high note while attempting to find the optimal team combinations.

While former Indian cricketer Aakash Chopra believes that it will be a difficult series for both teams, he did not choose a favorite to win.
“When I observe Australia’s ODI squad, I am impressed. This team will challenge India. This will not be a 3-0 series. It can go 2-1 in favor of either team. I will not assert that it can only go in favor of India “On his YouTube channel, Chopra was cited as saying.

Aakash Chopra believes Australia will defeat India.

According to Chopra, David Warner and Travis Head will be a formidable opening duo for Australia in this series. Aakash Chopra also praised Australia’s formidable middle order, with Marnus Labuschagne, Mitchell Marsh, and Glenn Maxwell returning to the team after a lengthy absence due to injury. He also mentioned their lower middle order power hitters, such as Marcus Stoinis and Cameron Green, who will be participating in the IPL on this ground in a few weeks.
“David Warner, who has been practicing on the lanes of Mumbai, will be followed by Steve Smith as captain. Travis Head performs admirably as an opener. Recent Test matches have shown that David Warner and Travis Head’s opening partnership is performing really well, and Travis Head is actually batting exceptionally well “Chopra remarked.

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