India Vs Australia- Team Announcement & ICC Decade Awards 2020

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These days the players of the Indian team are training hard in the nets for the series starting in Australia from 27 November. India will play a series of three ODIs, three T20 matches and four Test matches on the tour.

Team captain Virat Kohli will return to his home due to a father’s break after the first Test match in Adelaide and Ajinkya Rahane will be seen as the captain of the team during that. Many cricketers say that Virat’s absence may weaken the Indian team slightly. Virat Kohli’s childhood coach Rajkumar Sharma commented on this and said that Team India will definitely miss Virat in the remaining matches.

List of Selected Indian Team Players In Australia Series

• Virat Kohli (C)
• Mayank Agarwal
• Prithvi Shaw
• KL Rahul
• Cheteshwer Pujara
• Ajinkya Rahane (VC)
• Hanuma Vihari
• Shubman Gill
• Wriddhiman Saha (Wkt)
• Rishabh Pant (Wkt)
• Jasprit Bumrah
• Mohammed Shami
• Umesh Yadav
• Navneet Saini
• Kuldeep Yadav
• Ravinder Jadeja
• R Ashwin
• Mohd Siraj

ICC Decade Award Announced for 2020

The International Cricket Council annually awards to motivate the players towards the game. These winners are selected by match referees, old players, elite umpires. Today we are going to tell you that Indian cricketers have been included in this awards list.

ICC Deckard Awards Nominated Indian Players

This time 2 Indian men players have been selected for these awards. Indian team captain Virat Kohli and second Test off-spinner R Ashwin have been selected for the award. You will also be very happy to know that an Indian woman player has been selected for this award. Her name is Mithali Raj. And she has also been the former captain of the Indian women’s team.

Other Nominated Players for ICC Decade Award 2020

• Joe Root (England)
• Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)
• Steve Smith (Australia)
• AB de Villiers (South Africa)
• Kame Williamson (New Zealand)

Female Cricket Players

• Ellyse Perry (Australia)
• Meg Lanning (Australia)
• Suzie Bates (New Zealand)
• Stafanie Taylor (West Indies)
• Sarah Taylor (England)

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