The first match of the three ODI series between India and Australia will be played in Sydney today. Whenever there is talk between India and Australia in one-day matches, there is a discussion about Sachin Tendulkar’s century in Sharjah, Ricky Potting’s century in World Cup 2003 final and Rohit Sharma’s double century. Talking about the last decade, the batsmen of the Indian team have scored a lot against Australia. Indian captain Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan have scored runs against the Kangaroo team.
Indian batsmen who have scored the most runs against Australia
Sachin Tendulkar: India’s great batsman Tendulkar has scored the most runs against Australia. He has scored 3077 runs in 71 matches with 9 centuries. Sachin has scored 9 centuries and 15 half-centuries against the Kangaroo team. Sachin has scored against the Kangaroo team which had fast bowlers like Glenn McGrath, Brett Lee, Damien Fleming, Jason Gillespie and charismatic spinner Shane Warne.
Rohit Sharma: At present, Rohit Sharma’s bat is the most dangerous ODI opener against Australia. Rohit has scored 2208 runs in just 40 ODIs against the Kangaroo team with 8 centuries. This includes his innings of 209 runs against Australia. Rohit is not playing in the ODI series, which will benefit the hosts.
Virat Kohli: Indian captain Kohli is also not behind Rohit Sharma. Captain Kohli has scored 1910 runs in 38 innings against Australia. Virat has scored 8 centuries and as many half-centuries against Australia.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni: Former Indian team captain Dhoni has played the maximum 55 matches against Australia after Sachin Tendulkar. Captain Cool has scored 1660 runs in 55 matches with 11 notouts. Mahi has scored two centuries and 11 half-centuries against the Kangaroo team.
Shikhar Dhawan: Indian team opener Shikhar Dhawan has scored 1145 runs in 27 matches against Australia. He has scored four centuries and six half-centuries against the Kangaroo team. Last year, Dhawan also scored a hundred against Australia in the World Cup.
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