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8 February, 2015,
 Adelaide Oval
                      Warm up Match;India vs Australia

India  v  Australia, 1st Match , ICC Warm up ODI’s for World Cup 2015 in Australia.

Venue : Sunday , 8th Feb, 2015

Match Start Time: 3:30 AM GMT at Adelaide Oval, Australia.

Cricket began a one-day series against India and the United Kingdom, ICC World Cup warm-up fixture prior to release postponed test series against India in the summer had thrown up price differences.World Cup matches spread across Australia and New Zealand began on February 14 with two games left-Australia clash and England at the MCG and NZ-of Sri Lanka in Christchurch.There are a series of import competition. The 14 participating countries will play two games each, spread out over four of the World Cup host city-Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Auckland. This game is not exactly one-day internationals, to allow the 15-team players, although only 11 in the time field.



Australia will open for India in pre-season, every night at the Adelaide oval on Sunday, February 8, visiting the Melbourne cricket ground for the U.A.E. for another day the night before. This game is going to be issued a ticket is the free; forming a series of sharp contrast in January three warm-up was also charged. A seat in the Australia national day races including Australia and India at the SCG is the lowest cost at $ 50.98. While in Perth, England India game on January 30 will cost $ 35.55.

World Cup tickets understand more expensive. Cheapest ticket opening match value of more than 40 MCG for adults, and "e" seat-play final at Melbourne March 29-is $125
Bulleti Australia cricket tickets III series-because it gives all the series home-when World Cup events, including warm-up, under the auspices of the International Criminal Court, came.In the warm-up process, an international criminal court "audiences experience is not the same standard as the normal ODI matches". Australia and South Africa's bilateral damage to the one-day series last month, a record low attendance, as the price is one of the reasons suggested for eccentric spectators.

AUSTRALIA TEAM PREVIEW

The mid-90s marked the arrival of the Australian cricket brand and after not making it the last four of the edition they hosted in 1992, they began a series of four consecutive finals, they won three successive titles, only to lose to eventual winners India in 2011. The WC back to their homeland, and Australia would look to give their fans an award-winning show. There are no aching limbs in the team and under a new captain Michael Clarke and George Bailey, the players are looking forward to going to try to win a fifth world title.

GAME HIGHLIGHTS

Australia beats and beats deep well, and if their past form is anything to go by, it will be difficult to dislodge the 4-time champions in the teams in home-grown conditions. Shane Watson, Clarke Brad, Haddin and Steven Smith remain among the drummers of the 2011 World Cup, but their experience is backed up by David Warner and Aaron Finch above. The presence of all-rounders Glenn Maxwell, Mitchell Marsh and James Faulkner gives them a lot of firepower lower order to take them in crisis situations.

AUSTRALIA WEAKNESSES

Although very capable bowlers in their ranks, the weak link in Australia remains their bowling as a unit. Reception conditions will certainly be to their lead and advantage, however, the batting Power play can get the better of most of the bowling attack. While Mitchell Johnson remains their most experienced Melon first line, opposition teams could put pressure on the inexperienced and their only other spinner Xavier Doherty to could be a weak link.

Australia managed under Clarke and replacing Bailey captain, but on the off chance that Clarke is not regaining his fitness; he could also put Australia under pressure without their experienced captain.

INDIA TEAM PREVIEW

Remarkably, times have changed since India won the coveted title for the second time in 2011 in front of their fans, finishing off a pretty successful association with former coach Gary Kirsten, who had taken the team to the top of the Test cricket earlier as well. Four years later and it is not quite the same thing.

Despite their dismal returns in Test cricket, India fared better in ODIs. There were defeats to start last year in South Africa and New Zealand and the Asian Cup, but they are back. Beating Bangladesh in Bangladesh and convincing home win two series did not turn many heads, but their series win in England was a better indicator of their reputation for ODI.

Only four members remain from the team that won the trophy four years earlier, which is not necessarily a bad thing. Aging players have given way to fresher legs and demonstrated by their interpretations they belong. And if they maintain their form throughout the tournament, India will be difficult to dislodge perch defending champions.

OBSERVED WEAKNESSES

Bowling. It was during the end of 2013 that India started on that restrict their fast bowlers were going to be in the World Cup, and although he plays a lot of games, they have not yet set on their best combination. Mohammed Shami was leading wicket-taker in ODI cricket in 2014 but leaks runs through six, and no bowler seems able to run through the lower orders to death. Which in turn puts pressure on the spinners and part-time, who then make the operation work. He eventually left for drummers to offset their performance chases huge execution.

Game Highlights

Like most of the limited-overs side, batting India remains their pice of resistance. A strong opening combination, followed by one of the best ODI batsmen in the game today, which is the path to a strong middle order before finishing MS Dhoni fate. Order by class vessels batting and opposition teams from India would be wary of them.

 AUSTRALIA TEAM PREVIEW

The mid-90s marked the arrival of the Australian cricket brand and after not making it the last four of the edition they hosted in 1992, they began a series of four consecutive finals, they won three successive titles, only to lose to eventual winners India in 2011. The WC back to their homeland, and Australia would look to give their fans an award-winning show. There are no aching limbs in the team and under a new captain Michael Clarke and George Bailey, the players are looking forward to going to try to win a fifth world title.

GAME HIGHLIGHTS

Australia beats and beats deep well, and if their past form is anything to go by, it will be difficult to dislodge the 4-time champions in the teams in home-grown conditions. Shane Watson, Clarke Brad, Haddin and Steven Smith remain among the drummers of the 2011 World Cup, but their experience is backed up by David Warner and Aaron Finch above. The presence of all-rounders Glenn Maxwell, Mitchell Marsh and James Faulkner gives them a lot of firepower lower order to take them in crisis situations.

AUSTRALIA WEAKNESSES

Although very capable bowlers in their ranks, the weak link in Australia remains their bowling as a unit. Reception conditions will certainly be to their lead and advantage, however, the batting Power play can get the better of most of the bowling attack. While Mitchell Johnson remains their most experienced Melon first line, opposition teams could put pressure on the inexperienced and their only other spinner Xavier Doherty to could be a weak link.

Australia managed under Clarke and replacing Bailey captain, but on the off chance that Clarke is not regaining his fitness; he could also put Australia under pressure without their experienced captain.

INDIA TEAM PREVIEW

Remarkably, times have changed since India won the coveted title for the second time in 2011 in front of their fans, finishing off a pretty successful association with former coach Gary Kirsten, who had taken the team to the top of the Test cricket earlier as well. Four years later and it is not quite the same thing.

Despite their dismal returns in Test cricket, India fared better in ODIs. There were defeats to start last year in South Africa and New Zealand and the Asian Cup, but they are back. Beating Bangladesh in Bangladesh and convincing home win two series did not turn many heads, but their series win in England was a better indicator of their reputation for ODI.

Only four members remain from the team that won the trophy four years earlier, which is not necessarily a bad thing. Aging players have given way to fresher legs and demonstrated by their interpretations they belong. And if they maintain their form throughout the tournament, India will be difficult to dislodge perch defending champions.

OBSERVED WEAKNESSES

Bowling. It was during the end of 2013 that India started on that restrict their fast bowlers were going to be in the World Cup, and although he plays a lot of games, they have not yet set on their best combination. Mohammed Shami was leading wicket-taker in ODI cricket in 2014 but leaks runs through six, and no bowler seems able to run through the lower orders to death. Which in turn puts pressure on the spinners and part-time, who then make the operation work. He eventually left for drummers to offset their performance chases huge execution.

Game Highlights

Like most of the limited-overs side, batting India remains their pice of resistance. A strong opening combination, followed by one of the best ODI batsmen in the game today, which is the path to a strong middle order before finishing MS Dhoni fate. Order by class vessels batting and opposition teams from India would be wary of them.

 

INDIAN TEAMS (SQUAD) :

  1. MS Dhoni (c / w)
  2. Aurélie Ramirez
  3. Eddy Rayudu
  4. Shikhar Dhawan
  5. Virat Kohli
  6. Suresh Raina
  7. Stuart Bobo
  8. Axar Patel
  9. Ravindra Jadeja
  10. Mohammed Shami
  11. Umesh Yadav
  12. Ravichandran Ashwin
  13. Rohit Sharma
  14. Vincent Kumar Emilie Sharma

Australia Team(Squad):

  1. George Bailey (captain)
  2. David Warner
  3. Aaron Finch
  4. Shane Watson
  5. Steven Smith
  6. Brad Haddin (w)
  7. Glenn Maxwell
  8. Mitchell Marsh
  9. Mitchell Johnson
  10. Josh Hazlewood
  11. Mitchell Starc
  12. Pat Cummins
  13. Xavier Doherty
  14. Michael Clarke



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