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Perhaps such kind of thoroughbred fast bowling would be witnessed in only one game of the ongoing ODI series between India and Australia. Perhaps the Indian batsmen would be back to their dominating best in the next two ODIs. Just that in the cricketing landscape, when a batsman pits his skills and temperament against a genuine fast bowler, it tends to bring out the most dramatic chapter of the sport.
In the Wankhede ODI, with a lethal cocktail of pace and variations, the duo of Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins laid down the marker for the rest of the series. When Starc burst open Shardul Thakur with a pacy reverse swinging delivery, it certainly made for great viewing. The slow-motion replays and the dismissal viewed from various angles just added to the hype. Starc was ably supported by Cummins, Kane Richardson and the spinners, as the Australian bowlers put the stopper on India's scoring rate by taking wickets and bowled them out for 255.
David Warner and Aaron Finch then ruthlessly dismantled the Indian attack to condemn the hosts to a 10-wicket defeat. It was a thoroughly professional show put up by the Australian side with both the bat and ball. The pacers employed cross-seam, scrambled seam and the cutters to peg India back. Finch and Warner took advantage of almost every over-pitched delivery, or for the matter when the duo was offered width.
Can the visitors build on the clinical show at the Wankhede with another efficient performance in the second ODI in Rajkot? The Saurashtra Cricket Association stadium is generally known as a high-scoring ground. So, it would be interesting to see whether the Australian pacers would again look to vary their pace or tweak their tactics slightly. The Australian middle order also would be looking to make their presence felt in the second game.
What about the home side? Virat Kohli and his men would hope to completely banish the Wankhede ODI from their minds. The likes of Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul couldn't kick-on and convert starts into sizeable scores. Kohli's experiment of pushing himself down the order to number 4 also didn't work. Meanwhile, the middle and lower-order batsmen made decent contributions, but they had too much to do.
The hosts also might have to relook at their gameplan. The Indian pacers largely bowled very full with the new ball and were duly punished by the Australian batsmen. Warner in the press conference had also noted: "Fortunately tonight, I think they over-pitched a little bit to Finchy."
When: Friday, 08:00 AM GMT / 01:30 PM LOCAL
Where: Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot
What to expect
It was interesting to see a few of the Indian batsmen trying to replicate Starc's pace and angles with throw-downs. The left-arm pacer seems to have done some work with how he loads up just before he releases the ball. Even though the track in Rajkot is expected to favour the batsmen, spinners have found a bit of success in the longest format at the stadium. However, only two ODIs have been played at the stadium, with South Africa's Morne Morkel reaping rewards by employing sharp bumpers as well as the slower short ball in 2015. As far as the weather is concerned, it should turn out to be a sunny day.
India: With Pant being ruled out of the second ODI due to concussion, Rahul looks set to take over the wicketkeeping duties. India may opt for the extra batsman in Manish Pandey or Kedar Jadhav, who can also bowl part-time spin. Jadeja's experience of bowling at his home ground may just ensure he would keep his place in the side. Meanwhile, Kohli could move back to his customary number three position.
Probable XI: Rohit, Dhawan, Kohli, Rahul, Iyer, Pandey/Jadhav, Jadeja, Shardul Thakur/Navdeep Saini, Mohammed Shami, Kuldeep Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah
Australia: On the other hand, the visitors would be expected to play the same playing XI that romped to a resounding win at the Wankhede.
Probable XI: Finch, Warner, Labuschagne, Smith, Turner, Carey, Agar, Cummins, Starc, Richardson, Zampa
What they said
"It's got to be an attacking approach. I think if you're on the back foot and have a defensive mindset then that's when he can get on top of you. The most important thing playing in places like India, against these guys, is to have a little bit of character. You probably know you're going to get hit for boundaries but it can really get worse if you make that affect you. Virat, I have got him a few times now but I don't think there is anything in it. He still scores at over 100 (strike rate) against me. He is a very hard guy to bowl to." - Adam Zampa on getting Kohli's' wicket six times in ODIs.
"Experimentation is something we are looking forward to. Hopefully, we will get a good number for each batsman. This is the time we should try and experiment things and hopefully it will work-out in the future." - Shreyas Iyer on what's ahead for India