Having been slammed 1-4 in the one-dayers, India will go into the T20s hoping for better luck, and more competent performances. Although they were thrashed in a majority of the games, India did manage to clinch
In a series dominated by batsmen, Australia thumped India 4-1, narrowly missing out on a whitewash. As India and Australia now prepare for the T20s, here’s a look at the top performers in the series, most of whom are, not surprisingly, batsmen
For the fourth game in a row at Canberra, India found themselves in a position to win the match, but failed to get past the finish line. And so, what could easily have been 2-2 after four games, now reads 4-0.
Three matches down the line, this is not where India expected to be. But, the 3-0 scoreline after Perth, Brisbane and Melbourne is a fair reflection of the gulf that exists between the two teams, at least under the given conditions.
There was no third time lucky for India as they batted first again at Melbourne, this being asked to, and put up another impressive total, which they could not defend. There has been an eerily similar pattern to India's defeats in all three matches so far