Former Indian National Cricket team skipper MS Dhoni is making a comeback to the national side after missing the series against Windes and the T20Is against Australia. It is likely to be his last tour Down Under when the series gets underway on January 12 (Saturday).
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Meanwhile, Dhoni is struggled to put runs on the board in the recent past. Moreover, the original flair of MS Dhoni’s batting is slowly fading away as he approaches the end of his career. However, MS Dhoni will get the opportunity to get back into form as India head into the first of 13 ODIs they will play before the World Cup in England later in the year.
India, who sits on pretty well in the second list of the ICC Rankings will take on Australia, who is currently at the sixth spot. Moreover, they have struggled in recent times winning two matches out of the 13 games they played last year. In addition to, they have left out their pace trio of Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood. As a result, India will look to begin their road for the World Cup on a high.
However, the Indian National Cricket team faced problems as the raingods played a spoilsport to their training. They had to go indoor where the limited-overs specialists had a good hour of training at the indoors of the Sydney Cricket Ground. On the eve of the 1st ODI, MS Dhoni signed a few autographs at the end of the practice sessions.
“MSD fever at the SCG post practice. Humble as always, @msdhoni signed a few autographs for the fans who had gathered to watch
#TeamIndia train before the 1st ODI #AUSvIND,” BCCI wrote while posting the video.
Watch the video here:
— BCCI (@BCCI) January 11, 2019