Get the low down on both sides before the first game in the series.
Where: Pune, India
When: 09.00 (BST)
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It will be the questions asked by Australian captain George Bailey not just for this game but for the rest of his side’s series against India – how do we stop Yuvraj Singh?
Yuvraj starred for the home side in their one-off Twenty20 against the Aussies as he blasted their attack to all parts of the ground to secure a six-wicket win.
India were facing an asking-rate of nearly 12 at 100 for 4 in the 12th over, but Yuvraj’s response was so forceful, that all MS Dhoni needed to do was give him the strike.
By the end, the partnership was 102 at exactly two runs a ball, Yuvraj’s 77 off 35 showing his dominance.
The stunning innings showed again why Yuvraj can arguably the most destructive batsman in the world on his day, with all of his trademark shots, from the pick-up sixes and lofted drives, on show already in this tour.
Shikhar Dhawan, Suresh Raina and Virat Kohli will all be looking to make better use of the starts they earned in the first game, however, much of that could be put down to the fact it was a Twenty20 clash and the home side were set 202 for victory.
Despite a loss there were still some good signs for the Australians as they try and earn their first win of the series.
Aaron Finch showed his recent whirlwind innings against England was not a fluke as he belted the India attack for 89 runs off just 52 balls.
Nic Maddinson was also impressive in his international debut, with the young New South Welshman chipping in a quick-fire 34 off 16.
But failures from Shane Watson (6), Bailey (0) and Brad Haddin (5) will need to be rectified especially if the Aussies bat second against an on-the-up Indian batting top-order.