India v England

Ricky Ponting with the trophy in Mumbai after Australia won the ODI series against India 4-2
Ricky Ponting with the trophy in Mumbai after Australia won the ODI series against India 4-2 © Getty Images


A most Australian win

Australia's series win has been among their most characteristic - and least. And Ponting has been at the heart of it all, says Sidharth Monga

    Another record for Tendulkar

Ask Steven: Big scores on the losing side, best Test bowling figures by leggies and slow left-armers, and out first ball in Twenty20

    Sachin's mind is still strong

Ian Chappell: More than a decade after his exploits in Sharjah, Tendulkar has proved he still has the spirit of old

    The threat to cricket's centre

Harsha Bhogle: It's not a battle between 50- and 20-over cricket; it's about who's playing. And that should worry the ICC

'Australia are the underdogs'

The Tony Greig Show: India's emphatic performance in the ODIs, New Zealand's hunt for a coach, and cricket overkill

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Australia in India ODI Series, 2009/10

Australia tour of India, Oct-Nov 2009

One-Day Internationals

Quote Unquote

Brett Lee shares his views on the Indian one-day team

Ricky Ponting talks to press after arriving back from India victorious
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Ricky Ponting poses with the trophy on his return to Australia
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Ricky Ponting receives the trophy
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Ricky Ponting holds the series trophy
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Ricky Ponting and MS Dhoni are in good spirits ahead of the presentation
The covers are on at the DY Patil Stadium


India v Australia one-day series

The first ODI in the seven-match series between India and Australia begins on October 25 at Vadodara, continuing a rivalry that has existed since 1948-49.

The two sides have been alternating between Test and one-day series in India. Australia won the last seven-match contest held in India in 2007-08, winning 4-2. India, however, fought back a few months later to claim the Commonwealth Bank series in Australia.

Click here to read a brief history of the two countries' battles.

Tour Results
India v Australia at Mumbai - Nov 11, 2009
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
India v Australia at Guwahati - Nov 8, 2009
Australia won by 6 wickets (with 49 balls remaining)
India v Australia at Hyderabad (Deccan) - Nov 5, 2009
Australia won by 3 runs
India v Australia at Mohali - Nov 2, 2009
Australia won by 24 runs
India v Australia at Delhi - Oct 31, 2009
India won by 6 wickets (with 10 balls remaining)
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