The second test between India and Australia will be from 17 February.
No team has been able to beat India in Delhi since 36 years.
New Delhi. The Indian team has geared up for the second Test against Australia (India vs Australia). At the same time, the visiting team would also like to repeat the 64-year-old record in this match. Australia’s team is behind 0-1 in the Border Gavaskar Trophy. Talking about Delhi’s record, India is invincible here for 36 years. After looking at the figures, it is clear that Australia is far away from victory in the capital of India.
Talking about India’s previous matches in Delhi, Team India has won 10 out of 12 Tests, while 2 matches proved to be a draw. The last time India had to face defeat from the West Indies here. During that time the debut of former Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar was not even done. At the same time, Rohit Sharma, the current captain of Team India, was only 7 months old at that time. Virat Kohli was not even born.
Australia’s worst win percentage
Two stadiums in India which are nightmare for Australian team. Which includes the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi and the stadium in Chennai. Australia’s winning percentage is very poor by playing more than 5 matches here. The Kangaroo team last won 64 years ago i.e. in 1959 in Delhi.
Australia team lost sleep before the second test! From double centurion to star spinner also became target
India-Australia stats at Arun Jaitley Stadium
The teams of India and Australia will be face to face for the 8th time in Delhi. So far seven Tests have been played between the two teams. In which Team India won 3, while 1 match came in Australia’s account. At the same time, 3 tests proved to be a draw. Now it has to be seen whether the Australian team manages to register a historic victory in the Border Gavaskar series or not.
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Tags: Border Gavaskar Trophy, India vs Australia, Rohit sharma, team india, Virat Kohli
FIRST PUBLISHED : February 15, 2023, 16:53 IST