Team India record in Bengaluru: The last match of the five-match T20 series between India and Australia is to be played today (3 December) in Bengaluru. The match will start at 7 pm at KM Chinnaswamy Stadium here. Team India has already won this T20 series. She will be in the field with an unassailable lead of 3-1. Team India also seems to be dominating the match. However, the figures from Bengaluru’s M Chinnaswamy Stadium are showing Australia’s advantage.
In fact, Australia has not lost any T20 match on this ground so far. The Kangaroo team has played two matches here and has won both the matches. That means Australia’s winning percentage here has been 100. On the other hand, the Indian team has won only two matches in the 6 T20 matches played here. On this ground, it has faced defeat in three matches and one match has been inconclusive. That means the winning percentage of the Indian team on this ground has been only 33.
India and Australia have clashed before in Bengaluru
India and Australia have clashed before in T20 cricket on this ground in Bengaluru. In that match held in February 2019, Australia had defeated Team India very easily. Then India batted first and scored 190 runs losing 4 wickets but Australia won by 7 wickets with two balls remaining, thanks to Glenn Maxwell’s century.
Pakistan also defeated India here
Apart from Australia, Team India has also lost to South Africa and Pakistan. At the same time, he has defeated England and Bangladesh. The interesting thing related to Team India’s matches on this ground is that the Indian team has batted first in all its matches here. The special thing is that only India has the record of winning the match by batting first in T20 on this ground.
In the seven matches held here, only twice has the team batting first won and both times this victory has gone to the Indian team. The record of making the biggest score on this ground is also in the name of Team India. In the match held in February 2017, Team India had scored 202 runs against England by losing 6 wickets.