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India vs Australia, 3rd ODI at Chennai, IND v AUS, Mar 22 2023 - Full Scorecard

3rd ODI (D/N), Chennai, March 22, 2023, Australia tour of India
(49.1/50 ov, T:270) 248

Australia won by 21 runs

Player Of The Match
Player Of The Series
194 runs
Australia Innings
India Innings
Match Flow
Australia  (50 ovs maximum)
c Kuldeep Yadav b Pandya33315642106.45
b Pandya47477981100.00
c †Rahul b Pandya0310000.00
c Pandya b Kuldeep Yadav2331571074.19
c Shubman Gill b Kuldeep Yadav2845581162.22
b Kuldeep Yadav3846662182.60
c Shubman Gill b Patel2526393096.15
b Patel26234421113.04
c Patel b Mohammed Siraj1721390180.95
c Jadeja b Mohammed Siraj1011220190.90
not out 1011191090.90
Extras(lb 4, nb 1, w 7)12
TOTAL49 Ov (RR: 5.48)269
Fall of wickets: 1-68 (Travis Head, 10.5 ov), 2-74 (Steven Smith, 12.2 ov), 3-85 (Mitchell Marsh, 14.3 ov), 4-125 (David Warner, 24.3 ov), 5-138 (Marnus Labuschagne, 28.1 ov), 6-196 (Marcus Stoinis, 36.6 ov), 7-203 (Alex Carey, 38.1 ov), 8-245 (Sean Abbott, 44.6 ov), 9-247 (Ashton Agar, 45.3 ov), 10-269 (Mitchell Starc, 48.6 ov) • DRS
45.3 to AC Agar, gifted to deep midwicket! But that had made a lovely sound off the bat. Siraj went with a bouncer - something which Hardik also does so often - in the later stages of the match, as the ball climbed quite high to end round about on off. Agar got on top of the ball and pulled with a crisp sound, but there wasn't great timing there, as he seemed to have taken his eyes off the ball too. 247/9
48.6 to MA Starc, now finds Jadeja at deep backward square leg! I am not sure if Jadeja was a step or two further behind than what he was when that six was hit earlier in the over; he seemed a bit wider too. Nevertheless, Siraj went for the bouncer outside off again, as Starc swung his bat to pull that away. He rode the bounce too, and timed that well, only for Jadeja to go low and grab that. 269/10
36.6 to MP Stoinis, gives it away! Yet another Australian batter perishes after settling down on this pitch. Bowled with a horizontal seam, and full on middle while being angled in. Stoinis didn't bother getting to the pitch of the ball, and seemed to be playing for the turn, as his heave came from off stump. The ball took off from the inside half of the bat to long-on, as India keep catching them. 196/6
44.6 to SA Abbott, gone, one big hit too many! The stumps are shattered. Flatter and quicker on a shortish length on middle and leg, and going on with the angle. Abbott was standing outside leg, ready to hammer it across the line. But he went too early, and missed. A solid, late contribution nevertheless. 245/8
10.5 to TM Head, good ball and planning: dropped. Loose boundary ball: taken. Head gets a short and wide ball, goes for the upper-cut. No intention of keeping this down. Just gets a bit of a top edge and is caught at deep square third. 68/1
12.2 to SPD Smith, Pandya has two. And Smith is walking back. Tries another big booming drive, and this is not a slower one. It holds its line against the angle. Well this is not even a seam-up delivery, but still changes direction upon pitching. Smith is driving for the angle, and gets an outside edge through to KL Rahul. 74/2
14.3 to MR Marsh, timber. Pandya has three in three overs. Marsh misses a fifty for the first time this series. Doesn't look like a slower ball. Looks to drive a length ball outside off, gets an inside edge onto the stumps. Might have been a bit of a legcutter that has come slow off the surface. 85/3
24.3 to DA Warner, this is not great batting. Warner skips down the track, is beaten in the flight, but still goes ahead with the big hit. What's more he is looking to hit against the turn into the leg side. Gets a thick edge that Pandya takes running in from long-off. 125/4
28.1 to M Labuschagne, Australia keep playing ordinary shots. Labuschagne leaves the crease early, both long-on and long-off are back, and he still tries to hit a six on this pitch without getting close to the ball. Soft options being taken too often. Holes out to long-off. This is not a six-hitting pitch once the field goes out. 138/5
38.1 to AT Carey, wow, what a ball! Carey is left stunned, and so are most of us. Even Kuldeep's smile has a bit of surprise there. This is what he did. He tossed it up slightly, and bowled a legcutter which was a bit on the shorter side of a length. It landed on middle and leg, and turned away to hit the top of off, with Carey almost very late on his attempted push. Turn, bounce and accuracy, what else do you need?. 203/7
India  (T: 270 runs from 50 ovs)
c Starc b Abbott30174422176.47
lbw b Zampa3749624175.51
c Warner b Agar54721182175.00
c Abbott b Zampa3250662164.00
run out (Smith/†Carey)2480050.00
c Smith b Zampa40407831100.00
b Agar012000.00
c Stoinis b Zampa1833601054.54
run out (Stoinis/†Carey)615330040.00
b Stoinis14101311140.00
not out 3580060.00
Extras(lb 2, nb 1, w 9)12
TOTAL49.1 Ov (RR: 5.04)248
Fall of wickets: 1-65 (Rohit Sharma, 9.1 ov), 2-77 (Shubman Gill, 12.2 ov), 3-146 (KL Rahul, 27.5 ov), 4-151 (Axar Patel, 28.5 ov), 5-185 (Virat Kohli, 35.1 ov), 6-185 (Suryakumar Yadav, 35.2 ov), 7-218 (Hardik Pandya, 43.4 ov), 8-225 (Ravindra Jadeja, 45.1 ov), 9-243 (Mohammed Shami, 47.5 ov), 10-248 (Kuldeep Yadav, 49.1 ov) • DRS
47.5 to Mohammed Shami, the fun has ended! Shami looks for one more, but sees his off stump disturbed. Stoinis went much fuller this time, and on off. The ball went on straight after pitching, as Shami hoicked across the line after getting his front leg out of the way, but was beaten. 243/9
9.1 to RG Sharma, he has picked out the only fielder deep on the leg side. Again shuffles a little to play the pick-up pull but he has played it straight in the direction of Starc at deep square leg. It results in a momentary hush followed by huge cheers for Kohli. 65/1
12.2 to Shubman Gill, big appeal for lbw as it drifts in. Australia are appealing for boot first. Not given. Australia have reviewed this. Nice late drift, lands just short of the boot, but the impact is on the pad first before it hits the inside edge of the bat. Looking like a good review. The UltraEdge confirms it is pad first. HawkEye says pitching leg, straightening enough to hit leg, and Australia have successfully reviewed this for the big wicket. 77/2
27.5 to KL Rahul, but he has a wicket. A small opening there. Rahul looking for another six. To be fair Zampa has overpitched again. A puff of a dust as Rahul doesn't get the bounce needed. Toe-ends it to long-on. 146/3
43.4 to HH Pandya, taken by Smith heading to his left from cover! Smith called it early to avoid confusion with the point fielder, as the ball was ballooned towards him. This could be the game for Australia. Good bowling, and a good catch. Zampa went with a scrambled seam, and got it to dip on a length on off. Pandya had cleared his front leg early, as he went to hoick across the line. He took his eyes off the ball while playing that, as the ball hinted to turn away. 218/7
45.1 to RA Jadeja, skied to point! This one came off the leading edge. Zampa gets his fourth. Jadeja charged down the pitch early, as Zampa tossed one up. The ball landed around off stump, and so was quite wide of Jadeja to attempt that across-the-line heave. He was beaten in the air as well as by the wrong 'un turning away, and lost his bottom hand, as the ball took off from his leading edge. 225/8
35.1 to V Kohli, now taken by Warner! Kohli runs out of luck. Bowled on a length just about on off, and tossed up a little. Not sure if Kohli played for the turn there, since his bat face ended outside off. The ball took the inside half of the bat as he looked to go over the circle again, and this time found the fielder. Australia cracking the game open. 185/5
35.2 to SA Yadav, another first-baller for Surya! Three in a row. A hat-trick of its own. Agar on a hat-trick though. Surya is cleaned up. This short ball on off skids through while keeping low, as Surya clears his front leg in trying to slash it. But he is beaten entirely on his cut, with the ball rushing on to him.. 185/6
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  • Australia innings
  • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 - 10.0 (Mandatory - 61 runs, 0 wicket)
  • Australia: 50 runs in 7.3 overs (45 balls), Extras 1
  • 1st Wicket: 50 runs in 45 balls (TM Head 19, MR Marsh 32, Ex 1)
  • Powerplay 2: Overs 10.1 - 40.0 (Mandatory - 148 runs, 7 wickets)
  • Drinks: Australia - 80/2 in 14.0 overs (MR Marsh 43, DA Warner 3)
  • Ishan Kishan kept in place of KL Rahul from 16.1 overs from 28.1 overs
  • Australia: 100 runs in 18.5 overs (113 balls), Extras 2
  • Drinks: Australia - 138/5 in 28.1 overs (AT Carey 5)
  • Australia: 150 runs in 30.2 overs (182 balls), Extras 2
  • 6th Wicket: 50 runs in 45 balls (AT Carey 24, MP Stoinis 23, Ex 6)
  • Australia: 200 runs in 37.2 overs (225 balls), Extras 8
  • Over 38.6: Review by India (Bowling), Umpire - Nitin Menon, Batter - AC Agar (Struck down)
  • Powerplay 2: Overs 40.1 - 50.0 (Mandatory - 60 runs, 3 wickets)
  • Australia: 250 runs in 46.2 overs (279 balls), Extras 10
  • Innings Break: Australia - 269/10 in 49.0 overs (A Zampa 10)
  • India innings
  • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 - 10.0 (Mandatory - 67 runs, 1 wicket)
  • India: 50 runs in 7.4 overs (47 balls), Extras 2
  • 1st Wicket: 50 runs in 47 balls (RG Sharma 18, Shubman Gill 31, Ex 2)
  • Over 9.5: Review by Australia (Bowling), Umpire - Nitin Menon, Batter - V Kohli (Struck down)
  • Powerplay 2: Overs 10.1 - 40.0 (Mandatory - 137 runs, 5 wickets)
  • Over 12.2: Review by Australia (Bowling), Umpire - J Madanagopal, Batter - Shubman Gill (Upheld)
  • Drinks: India - 85/2 in 15.0 overs (V Kohli 11, KL Rahul 5)
  • India: 100 runs in 17.4 overs (107 balls), Extras 2
  • 3rd Wicket: 50 runs in 80 balls (V Kohli 32, KL Rahul 18, Ex 0)
  • 3rd Wicket: 50 runs in 82 balls (V Kohli 31, KL Rahul 22, Ex 0)
  • India: 150 runs in 28.3 overs (172 balls), Extras 2
  • V Kohli: 50 off 61 balls (2 x 4, 1 x 6)
  • Drinks: India - 160/4 in 31.0 overs (V Kohli 50, HH Pandya 7)
  • India: 200 runs in 39.2 overs (237 balls), Extras 5
  • Powerplay 2: Overs 40.1 - 50.0 (Mandatory - 44 runs, 4 wickets)
  • There was a delay at 41.4overs because of Kites overing too low
  • Over 43.5: Review by Australia (Bowling), Umpire - Nitin Menon, Batter - Kuldeep Yadav (Struck down)
MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai
TossAustralia, elected to bat first
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Series resultAustralia won the 3-match series 2-1
Match numberODI no. 4545
Match days22 March 2023 - daynight (50-over match)
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