Australia tour of India, 2nd ODI: India v Australia at Visakhapatnam, Mar 19, 2023 live Score

India 117/10 Australia 121/0
(26.0 Overs) RR: 4.5(11.0 Overs) RR:11
Australia won by 10 wickets (with 234 balls remaining)

Batsman RB 4s 6s S.R
Mitchell Marsh (rhb) * 66 36 6 6 183.33
Travis Head (lhb) 51 30 10 0 170.00

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Ball by Ball Live Score Commentary

End of Over No.11 Australia 121/0 Last Over (9 runs)

That concludes the presentation from Vizag. Australia hand India their heaviest ever defeat in terms of balls remaining in an ODI. The game ends in 37 overs. The series is level at 1-1. It should be a fascinating finale in Chennai on Wednesday. Please join us then. On behalf of the team, thanks for your company tonight.

5.48pm Presentation

Player of the Match is Mitchell Starc: "I feel like my rhythm has been good for a few weeks now and I guess the last couple of nights I've got the ball to shape in the air and do a little bit off the wicket so it's feeling in a good place and hopefully it continues. The role I play is being slightly fuller and more attacking than the other guys which in turn can be not as economical, a bit more expensive but I think it brings in all the dismissals a bit more."

Australia captain Steven Smith: "It was a quick one. 37 overs for the game, you don't see that too often. I thought our bowlers were outstanding. Mitchell Starc in particular with that new ball swinging it back down the line and putting them under early pressure and he complemented really well with the rest of our bowling group. I didn't know how the wicket was going to play and how much it was going to swing. The way that Mitch and Heady went out and went after them was impressive. Putting them under pressure. When you're chasing 118 you can break the back of it really quickly."

India captain Rohit Sharma: "It is disappointing. No doubt about that. We didn't play to our potential. We didn't apply ourselves with the bat. We always knew that was not enough runs. It was not a 117 pitch at all. By no means. We just didn't apply ourselves. [Starc] is a quality bowler. He's been doing it for years for Australia with the new ball. He kept bowling to his strength and we kept falling to his strength. That's something that we need to understand and play accordingly. All their bowlers bowled really well and put us under pressure."

5.45pm Vishal Dikshit notes: Left-arm quicks troubling India in ODIs - four of the five best figures (by quicks) in the last five years.

5.40pm Alagappan Muthu notes: This is India's heaviest ODI defeat in terms of balls remaining.

Vaibhav: "Can we have a T20 game since ground is booked for 100 overs." The crowd will want their money back.

5.29pm What a drubbing. Australia win by 10 wickets with 39 overs to spare. That was a frightening display of hitting from Marsh and Head. The game was set up by Mitchell Starc with the ball but that batting was incredible. No fear from the duo and some spectacular striking.

Mitchell Marsh on Star: "It was a bit of fun. When you're chasing a short total like that it's always important to get off to a good start. I was actually hoping Heady would get off to a flyer so I could nick and nudge them around. But we both got going and it was a lot of fun."

Travis Head on Star: "It's been nice to contribute. It was really good to get a partnership going. We were a bit more settled today. Last game I went a bit hard early and tried to push the envelope a little bit but it's nice to have the big fella at the other end when he hits them into the top tier."

10.64 Patel to Marsh Game over! Inside 11 overs. Short on off, he's back to thrash it behind point! FOUR
10.50 Patel to Marsh back of a length, he's back to punch to cover no run

One to win

10.41 Patel to Head short on the hip, he tucks this behind square 1 run
10.32 Patel to Head advances and whips this behind square, he runs very well to get two and reaches 50 off 29 balls! Incredible striking from Head as well in this chase 2 runs
10.22 Patel to Head dropped by Shami running in from long on! Top edged slog sweep went miles in the air, Shami runs a long way in from the rope and gets too close to it and it bounces off his chest! 2 runs
10.10 Patel to Head 95kph, darted into off, he defends on the front foot no run
End of Over No.10 Australia 112/0 Last Over (12 runs)

Powerplay done. Australia 112 for 0

9.61 Kuldeep Yadav to Head 83kph, short ball, he's back to pull in the air but it lands just short of deep midwicket 1 run
9.54 Kuldeep Yadav to Head heaved flat over midwicket! Fractionally short on leg, he's back to smoke it flat over midwicket and it landed just inside the rope FOUR

Rickp: "Who gives way for Warner? I wouldn't want to have to tell Head again! "

9.41 Kuldeep Yadav to Marsh 110kph seam up! He's back to miscue a pull to long on 1 run
9.30 Kuldeep Yadav to Marsh good length on middle, he gives room but has to check his shot no run
9.26 Kuldeep Yadav to Marsh pulled into the second tier over deep midwicket! 82kph, wrong un, fractionally short, he's back to launch it into orbit. It went 97 metres SIX
9.10 Kuldeep Yadav to Marsh back of a length, spinning into off, he's back to thump to cover no run

Kuldeep on. Slip still in

End of Over No.9 Australia 100/0 Last Over (10 runs)

Afeef: "Marsh warming up for the IPL. DC are going to have a dilemma whether to play Rossouw or Marsh or Salt."

8.60 Patel to Head yorker, at middle, he jams this out back to the bowler no run

Century stand for this pair in just 8.5 overs

8.51 Patel to Marsh 93kph, short outside off, he sits back and slaps this with power to long off 1 run
8.41 Patel to Head mowed slog sweep mistimed through square leg to the sweeper 1 run
8.34 Patel to Head whipped past short fine! Half volley on leg stump, he skips to whip over midwicket and whips it fine instead FOUR
8.24 Patel to Head cut behind point! Not that short but far too wide. He's back to thrash it behind point and Jaddu turns to watch it run away FOUR
8.10 Patel to Head 96kph, flatter, he skips down and misses and is hit on the pad. Half an appeal but no review no run
End of Over No.8 Australia 90/0 Last Over (18 runs)

Venkatesh: "Mitch and Travis, you guys are ruining our evening, we do not have even have WPL match today." Virat Kohli and KL Rahul walked past Marsh with a wry smile.

7.60 Pandya to Marsh good length, fifth stump, he tries to go again and gets a thick inside edge onto pad no run
7.56 Pandya to Marsh clubbed over long on! Way back! 54 off 28 for Marsh! Short ball outside off, he stands up and flat bats this into the upper deck! Some of the hardest hitting you will ever see SIX
7.46 Pandya to Marsh Vicious! Mowed over deep midwicket! A length off cutter, fourth stump, he just stands and smokes it high over deep midwicket SIX
7.30 Pandya to Marsh 130kph, good length, top of off, he defends on the front foot no run
7.20 Pandya to Marsh huge swing and miss as this is a better length and a touch wider and he can't reach it no run
7.16 Pandya to Marsh slower ball launched! 119kph offcutter, but a floated high volley and Marsh clubs it 92 metres over long off! Goodness SIX

Hardik Pandya into the attack

End of Over No.7 Australia 72/0 Last Over (6 runs)

Australia rollicking. Here's Alex again

6.61 Patel to Marsh full ball outside off. Driven to long off for a single 1 run
6.54 Patel to Marsh full ball outside off. Plants the front leg forward and absolutely mauls this drive through the packed off-side infield FOUR
6.40 Patel to Marsh fuller on off and punched towards cover point by Marsh no run
6.30 Patel to Marsh full ball outside off. Marsh puts the front leg outside off and goes for the sweep. Misses, hits his pad, but impact is outside off so they don't appeal no run
6.20 Patel to Marsh around the stumps. Good length ball around off that is angling in. Marsh drives down the wrong line. Inside edge onto his body no run
6.11 Patel to Head over the stumps. Full on middle, and mowed down the ground where Shami is there at long on 1 run

Iain Climie: "A pleasing symmetry for Australia - both openrs 31* off 18 balls" -- And here's spin.

Score Cards


Batsmen R B
Travis Head
Travis Head
51 30
Mitchell Marsh
Mitchell Marsh
66 36


Bowler O R W M
Mohammed Shami
Mohammed Shami
3 29 0 0
Mohammed Siraj
Mohammed Siraj
3 37 0 0
Axar Patel
Axar Patel
3 25 0 0
Hardik Pandya
Hardik Pandya
1 18 0 0
Kuldeep Yadav
Kuldeep Yadav
1 12 0 0
TM Head 51*
v BowlerDot46RBSR
Mohammed Shami3001425.00
Mohammed Siraj5703014214.28
AR Patel3201510150.00
Kuldeep Yadav01052250.00
To bat
3.SPD Smith142493916444.4912
4.M Labuschagne3084710831.371
5.C Green1530289*50.330
6.AT Carey64166710635.461
7.MP Stoinis601326146*28.211
8.SA Abbott111314916.370
9.MA Starc11048352*12.380
10.A Zampa79216369.390
11.NT Ellis463*6.000
Mohammed Shami302909.66(3w)
Mohammed Siraj3037012.33(1w)
AR Patel302508.33
HH Pandya1018018.00
Kuldeep Yadav1012012.00
MR Marsh 66*
v BowlerDot46RBSR
Mohammed Shami8322514178.57
Mohammed Siraj11064150.00
AR Patel420108125.00
HH Pandya303186300.00
Kuldeep Yadav20174175.00

Team Squads

Rohit Sharma top-order batter
Shubman Gill opening batter
Virat Kohli top-order batter
Suryakumar Yadav batter
KL Rahul wicketkeeper batter
Hardik Pandya allrounder
Ravindra Jadeja allrounder
Axar Patel bowling allrounder
Kuldeep Yadav bowler
Mohammed Shami bowler
Mohammed Siraj bowler
Travis Head middle-order batter
Mitchell Marsh allrounder
Steven Smith middle-order batter
Marnus Labuschagne batting allrounder
Cameron Green batting allrounder
Alex Carey wicketkeeper batter
Marcus Stoinis batting allrounder
Sean Abbott allrounder
Mitchell Starc bowler
Adam Zampa bowler
Nathan Ellis bowler

What is it?

Australia tour of India, 2nd ODI: India v Australia at Visakhapatnam, Mar 19, 2023.

When is it?

Match will be played on Mar 19, 2023.

What time does it start?

Starting time of match 2023-03-19 08:00:00 GMT, 2023-03-19 13:30:00 local

In Which Ground is it Playing?

The match will be played at Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam

Who will Win Australia tour of India, 2nd ODI: India v Australia ?

With ten nearly equally matched groups, the importance of every game can't be understated in this tournament. Both sides are expected to emerge out packaged full-strength against each other in what claims to be a cracker of a competition. Contemplating that the 2 sides on newspaper,Australia are somewhat more power-packed unit whereas India possess the benefit of being a steady side. For this and another above-mentioned motives, we believe the Australia are far more likely to emerge victorious in what will be among the most crucial experiences for either side.

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