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    Default India vs Australia Test Series

    India vs Australia Test Series 2013 will begin on Friday, February 22, 2013 in India as per cricket schedule announced. India vs Australia 2013 is an international bilateral series to be organized by India. India vs Australia Test Series 2013 will consist of 4 Test matches to be hosted by India in Feb-Mar 2013. The India vs Australia 2013 bilateral series will comes to end on Mar 26, 2013.

    The India vs Australia Test Series 2013 bilateral series is a part of Future Cricket Tour Programs (FTP) prepared by International Cricket Council (ICC). India will host the India vs Australia Test Series 2013 bilateral series, beginning on February 22, 2013. In India vs Australia Test Series 2013 bilateral series, first Test match would be between India - Australia on Feb 22, 2013 at 09:30 local time to be played at MA Chidambaram Stadium - Chepauk, Chennai.


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    Date and Time
    Match Details and Series
    Fri Feb 22 - Tue Feb 26
    09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
    1st Test - India vs Australia
    MA Chidambaram Stadium - Chepauk, Chennai
    Sat Mar 2 - Wed Mar 6
    09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
    2nd Test - India vs Australia
    Rajiv Gandhi Int. Stadium, Hyderabad
    Thu Mar 14 - Mon Mar 18
    09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
    3rd Test - India vs Australia
    Punjab C.A. Stadium, Mohali
    Fri Mar 22 - Tue Mar 26
    09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
    4th Test - India vs Australia
    Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi

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    Default India Squad - 1st and 2nd Tests


    MS Dhoni
    captain/keeper
    Age: 31 years 218 days
    Playing role: Wicketkeeper batsman
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm medium



    Ravichandran Ashwin
    Age: 26 years 146 days
    Playing role: Bowler
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm offbreak


    Shikhar Dhawan
    Age: 27 years 67 days
    Playing role: Top-order batsman
    Batting: Left-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm offbreak



    Ashok Dinda
    Age: 28 years 322 days
    Playing role: Bowler
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm medium-fast



    Harbhajan Singh
    Age: 32 years 222 days
    Playing role: Bowler
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm offbreak



    Ravindra Jadeja
    Age: 24 years 66 days
    Playing role: Allrounder
    Batting: Left-hand bat
    Bowling: Slow left-arm orthodox



    Virat Kohli
    Age: 24 years 97 days
    Playing role: Middle-order batsman
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm medium



    Bhuvneshwar Kumar
    Age: 23 years 5 days
    Playing role: Bowler
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm medium



    Pragyan Ojha
    Age: 26 years 158 days
    Playing role: Bowler
    Batting: Left-hand bat
    Bowling: Slow left-arm orthodox


    Cheteshwar Pujara
    Age: 25 years 16 days
    Playing role: Batsman
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Legbreak


    Ajinkya Rahane
    Age: 24 years 250 days
    Playing role: Top-order batsman
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm medium


    Virender Sehwag
    Age: 34 years 113 days
    Playing role: Top-order batsman
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm offbreak


    Ishant Sharma
    Age: 24 years 161 days
    Playing role: Bowler
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium


    Sachin Tendulkar
    Age: 39 years 292 days
    Playing role: Top-order batsman
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm offbreak


    Murali Vijay
    Age: 28 years 315 days
    Playing role: Opening batsman
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm offbreak




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    Default Australia tour of India, 2012/13

    Michael Clarke
    captain
    Playing role: Middle-order batsman
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Slow left-arm orthodox


    Shane Watson
    vice-captain

    Playing role: Allrounder
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium

    Ashton Agar
    Batting: Left-hand bat
    Bowling: Slow left-arm orthodox


    Jackson Bird

    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium


    Ed Cowan

    Playing role: Opening batsman
    Batting: Left-hand bat
    Bowling: Legbreak


    Xavier Doherty
    Playing role: Bowler
    Batting: Left-hand bat
    Bowling: Slow left-arm orthodox


    Moises Henriques

    Playing role: Allrounder
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium


    Phillip Hughes

    Playing role: Opening batsman
    Batting: Left-hand bat


    Mitchell Johnson

    Playing role: Bowler
    Batting: Left-hand bat
    Bowling: Left-arm fast


    Usman Khawaja

    Playing role: Top-order batsman
    Batting: Left-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm medium


    Nathan Lyon
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm offbreak


    Glenn Maxwell
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm offbreak


    James Pattinson

    Playing role: Bowler
    Batting: Left-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium


    Peter Siddle

    Playing role: Bowler
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium


    Steven Smith
    Playing role: Allrounder
    Batting: Right-hand bat
    Bowling: Legbreak googly


    Mitchell Starc
    Playing role: Bowler
    Batting: Left-hand bat
    Bowling: Left-arm fast-medium


    Matthew Wade
    wicketkeeper

    Playing role: Wicketkeeper batsman
    Batting: Left-hand bat
    Bowling: Right-arm medium


    David Warner

    Playing role: Opening batsman
    Batting: Left-hand bat
    Bowling: Legbreak


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    Default I expected Gambhir to be in Test team, says Clarke

    Australian captain Michael Clarke today sought to play mind-games ahead of the high-profile Test series against India, saying that opener Gautam Gambhir`s omission from the Test squad has come as a happy news for his bowlers.

    Clarke said he expected a batsman of Gambhir`s calibre to be in the team and India will badly miss his experience.

    "I expected him (Gambhir) to be in the Test team. He is a wonderful player and has played for India for a long time now. I think there are a few bowlers in our team who are happy he is not playing," the Australian captain told the reporters on the eve of their second and final warm-up game against Gambhir-led India A.



    Terming Gambhir as a "wonderful guy", Clarke hoped that the left-hander will hit the straps soon and get back into the national reckoning.

    "He is a wonderful guy and I really like him and I get along really well with him. If he scores runs, I`m sure he will get his chance with the Indian team again," he said.

    Australian teams over the years have been known to start mind-games prior to the series, which Steve Waugh had once famously termed as "mental disintegration" of the opponents but Clarke believes that the game is about on-field performances and not making statements.






    "It`s not about what you say. It`s about what you do. As a player, as the Australian cricket team, that`s our goal. It`s no good making statements and comments and not backing them up. I`d rather want people to say less and do more, so that`s our goal. Perform well on the field, that`s all we want."

    Asked about his role in leading the batting line-up against a superior Indian spin attack, Clarke replied that success can never be guaranteed but he and his colleagues have trained hard to atleast have a shot at success.
    "Reputation is irrelevant, to be honest, especially when it?s my reputation. I start on zero like everybody else. My last tour to India wasn`t anywhere near as successful as I would have liked. I really enjoy the challenge of facing spin but it still gets me out, like it does every player.

    "I`ll tick every box off the field in terms of preparation and training and then I will go in and enjoy myself."

    Questioned whether he has done an analysis of strengths and weakenesses of his team as well as his opponents, Clarke wnet on the defensive.

    "Australian team has no weaknesses at all (Laughs). I don`t think it will be right for me to sit here and tell you what the Australian team`s strengths and weaknesses are and I don`t think it will be fair to give you the Indian team`s strengths and weaknesses either.

    "We have to be really focussed just on us and on the areas we need to get better at and not worry too much about our opposition."

    Although he admitted that the current Australian team doesn`t have too much experience like it had few years back but the focus will be on performing as a team.

    "When you look at the team now compared to when I first came in, we had so many experienced players, so many great players; probably seven or eight players in the team when I made my debut were as good as any seven or eight players in the world. We are a lot less experienced now.

    "Yes, every one of us has the same goals, the same commitment, the same work ethic. We know that to be successful, we need to perform well as a team. It`s not about individuals making a hundred or a two hundred or taking five wickets. That`s not going to give us the success we want over a long period."

    "I was lucky when I came into the Australian team that there were so many senior players around to answer the questions I wanted to ask and help me with advice and keep my feet on the ground. Now I am a little bit older and a little big greyer, so it's part of my job to make sure I do the same to the young guys coming in."

    Due to the opposition of the Indian Cricket Board, the DRS is not being used in the series but Clarke hasno issues regarding it.

    "To me, it's about consistency. It's the same for both teams in this four-Test series. Here in India, if we use it, great, if we don't use it, great; It doesn't matter to me as captain of the Australian team. It doesn't bother any of the Australian players."

    Although he admitted about having a chat with former skipper Ricky Ponting but didn't wish to divulge any details.

    "I spoke to Ricky in Australia but not about this series."

    On a lighter note, the skipper informed that he is looking to roll his arm over at the Chepauk.

    "You'll see the spin bowling of Michael Clarke ? definitely. In Chennai. Five wickets!"
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    Default India vs Australia, First Test: Preview

    Chennai: Shrugging off disappointments from the last season, India will seek to reaffirm their supremacy on home soil when they take on a new-look Australian side in the first cricket Test here tomorrow in what promises to a thrilling four-match series.

    The Indian team under Mahendra Singh Dhoni`s leadership will ideally look to re-establish their invincibility at home -- which has largely been dented by their 1-2 Test series defeat against England last year.

    Australia, on the other hand, will be happy to emulate England and considering that they have come with a no-so experienced side will make it even more praiseworthy.

    India versus Australia series over the years have had some memorable matches and one would expect that it won`t be any different this time around.

    While someone like Sachin Tendulkar would like to face the challenges thrown by Peter Siddle, Mitchell Starc and James Pattinson head on, the likes of Phil Hughes, Matthew Wade, Ed Cowan and David Warner will aim at successfully negotiating the spin threat of Ravichandran Ashwin, Harbhajan Singh and Pragyan Ojha.

    Australia announced their playing XI 48 hours prior to the start of the game and predictably kept only one specialist spinner in Nathan Lyon in their line-up.

    The visitors will have a three-pronged pace attack led by Siddle while Moises Henriques beat Glenn Maxwell to a `Baggy Green` mainly because of his ability to bowl seam-up as Shane Watson will be playing purely as a batsman.

    The Indians however have some brainstorming to do before selecting their playing XI.

    Among the slots that will be up for grabs, the foremost will be that of Virender Sehwag`s opening partner.

    As of now Murali Vijay looks to be the frontrunner to partner Sehwag on former`s home turf. What goes in Vijay`s favour will be his century in the Irani Trophy and his experience of having played 12 Tests. Interestingly, his only century has come against Australia in Bangalore, during India`s last home series back in 2010.



    Delhi opener Shikhar Dhawan has had a good season and has played a lot alongside Sehwag for his state and zonal side. The fact that Dhawan is a left-hander Could come into consideration as the team management might opt for a left-right combination.

    Cheteshwar Pujara, Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli are automatic choices in the middle-order as they take the slots from No 3 to 5. This could well be Tendulkar`s last duel with the Aussies and he would like to cap it with another memorable show.

    The second point of debate would be the slot in the middle-order. The choice for the team management will be between Ravindra Jadeja and Ajinkya Rahane.

    Jadeja`s all-round abilities provide him with a clear edge, having Rahane in the side would mean that India have a lot of depth in their batting to counter the pace and swing of the Aussie quicks.

    Jadeja`s inclusion will also be an indication as to whether India will be going with three specialist spinners in Harbhajan, Ashwin and Ojha or would drop one of the three spinners.

    Last time against England in Nagpur, India went with four spinners in Jadeja, Ashwin, Piyush Chawla and Ojha and none of them could make significant impact on a dead Jamtha track.

    It will be a tough choice for Dhoni whether to drop Harbhajan or Ashwin in case Jadeja plays. Since Ojha is a certainty, local boy Ashwin could be Dhoni`s pick but the burly Tamil Nadu off-spinner`s form has been very patchy during past six months.

    Harbhajan might not have set the stage alight during this phase but he is one bowler whose success ratio has been pretty high against Australians and the opposition batsmen treat the `Turbanator` with a lot of respect.

    The 22-yard strip at the Chepauk has been a slow turner over the years but fast bowlers can expect to get reverse swing during the later stages.


    Indian team doesn`t have an exponent of reverse swing like Zaheer Khan. Ashok Dinda is a bit one-dimensional as he only likes to hit the deck hard while Bhuvneshwar Kumar lacks pace and has not even bowled much with the old white ball in ODIs.

    This means extensive workload for Ishant Sharma, who will be carrying the burden of the pace attack. The lanky Delhi lad is getting better but having one among Dinda or Bhuvneshwar would not be a bad idea as that would help bowl well in tandem.

    For the visitors, it will be a test of their new-look batting attack which neither has Ricky Ponting nor Mike Hussey. In the two warm-up games, save Cowan and Watson, others didn`t look too comfortable against lesser-known spinner like Parveez Rasool, Rakesh Dhruv and Jalaj Saxena.

    The middle-order is vulnerable where skipper Clarke, who is straightaway coming into the Test match, after recuperating from an injury, will hold key. Similarly with Warner, who will be expected to give the visitors blazing start with his aggressive strokeplay.

    Squads

    Australia (from): Michael Clarke (captain), Ed Cowan, David Warner, Phillip Hughes, Shane Watson, Moises Henriques, Matthew Wade (wk), Nathan Lyon, Peter Siddle, Mitchell Starc, James Pattinson, Glenn Maxwell (12th man).

    India (from): Mahendra Singh Dhoni (capt), Virender Sehwag, Murali Vijay, Shikhar Dhawan, Cheteshwar Pujara, Sachin Tendulkar, Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane, Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Harbhajan Singh, Pragyan Ojha, Ishant Sharma, Ashok Dinda, Bhuvneshwar Kumar.
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    Default 1st Test: Clarke century steadies Aus after Ashwin claims six

    Another Michael Clarke masterclass helped Australia avoid total collapse on Day One of the opening Test against India at the MA Chidambaram stadium on Friday

    The Australian captain remained unbeaten on 103 even as stumps were drawn, his 169-ball innings inclusive of 11 hits to the fence and one over it.
    Giving him company was Peter Siddle (on one) as the visitors amassed 316 for seven (95 overs) on the day.

    It was Clarke’s 23rd Test hundred, his sixth against India, and continued his recent run of good form as well as his impressive record against India. The 31-year-old, who made his debut in Bangalore (in a 2004) with an impressive 151, had scored 600-plus runs when India toured Down Under last year, including a triple hundred.
    Clarke albeit had a huge reprieve (when on 39) as umpire Kumar Dharmasena ruled him not out even though he had clearly hit the ball (off Ashwin).
    Giving him ample support during the course of his innings was debutant Moises Henriques (64) -- the two putting on 151 runs in a vital sixth wicket partnership.
    Earlier, a six-wicket haul by R Ashwin helped India to a commanding position. The spinner, playing his first Test in front of his home fans, had figures of six for 88.
    Ravindra Jadeja took the only other wicket to fall.

    India sprung a surprise by dropping Pragyan Ojha, their best bowler against England , and handing a Test debut to Bhuvaneshwar Kumar, who became the 276th player to represent India in the longer format.

    It was Australia who won the toss and Michael Clarke had no hesitation in opting to bat first. David Warner and Ed Cowan (29) made an aggressive start, hitting both the new ball bowlers for a slew of boundaries.
    This prompted Dhoni to introduce Harbhajan Singh , playing in his 100th Test, as early as the sixth over and R Ashwin, playing in his first Test on his home ground, in the ninth over.

    The latter was unfortunate not to get a wicket off his third ball, Virender Sehwag , at first slip, making a mess of an opportunity provided by Warner (on 18).

    The 50-run partnership for the opening wicket was attained in 10 overs and soon after, Cowan stepped out of his crease to hit Harbhajan for a straight six.
    Ashwin though provided India a much needed breakthrough in his fourth over, having Cowan stumped. The opener’s 45-ball knock was inclusive of four hits to the fence and one over it and he helped Warner put 64 runs for the first wicket.
    Phil Hughes (6) didn’t last long, dragging an Ashwin delivery onto his stumps.
    In came Shane Watson (28) and he combined well with Warner for the third wicket, the latter reached his sixth Test fifty with a couple of Harbhajan. It had been a resolute innings.

    A couple by Watson (off Jadeja) helped raised the 50-run partnership for the third wicket in the penultimate over before lunch. As the first session came to an end, the visitors had made 126 for two (after 34 overs).
    The second began in the worst possible manner for Australia. Ashwin struck in the fourth ball after resumption, trapping Watson leg before. The television replays were inconclusive but then there’s no DRS in this series.
    The visitors were yet to recover when Ashwin also removed Warner -- another leg before decision -- but a pretty straightforward one.
    Warner’s 93-ball knock was inclusive of six boundaries and he was involved in two key partnerships -- with Cowan for the opening wicket and then 54 runs with Watson for the third.
    Michael Clarke, 11 short off 7,000 Test runs reaches the milestone with a boundary past point off Harbhajan. The Australian captain became the 10th batsman from his country, and 42nd overall, to reach the landmark.
    Ashwin completed a five-wicket haul, his sixth in Test cricket, by trapping Wade (12) plumb in front even as Australia slumped to 153 for five. If the bowler’s opening spell figures (11-2-30-2) made for an impressive read, his second (9-2-19-3) was even better.
    However, debutant Moises Henriques provided his captain with some much-needed support. The two put on a fifty-plus partnership for the sixth wicket, taking the visitors past the 200-run mark in the process.
    If the visitors had had the better of the opening session, the home team had completed turned the tide in the second, reducing the visitors to 215 for five at tea (after 66 overs).
    The fortunes changed ends again after play resumed. In the fifth ball of the final session Clarke hoisted Ashwin over long on for a maximum, the shot helping him complete his half century in an emphatic manner.
    It was the Australian captain’s 26th Test half century, his sixth against India. Both he and Henriques accelerated the scoring rate soon after, the latter also completing a well-deserved fifty in the process.
    The two took their team past the 300-run mark. However, it was Ashwin yet again who provided India a vital breakthrough by trapping Henriques (68) plumb in front.
    Mitchell Starc (3) was foxed by Jadeja and had his stumps shattered. Having been made to wait for a while for his hundred, Clarke came out of his crease to smash Jadeja to the fence in the day’s last over to reach the three-figures.
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    Default Ashwin's first Test at Chepauk an affair to remember




    "Even if it is my last Test match I will be happy, I said to myself" explained a visibly emotional Ravichandran Ashwin, shortly after the opening day's play of the first Test between India and Australia at the MA Chidambaram stadium on Friday.

    It was his first Test match on his home ground and the 26-year-old had made it an occasion to remember with figures of six for 88.
    "I have grown up on this ground. I have played a lot of IPL (Indian Premier League) matches here (for Chennai Super Kings), a few one-day internationals and one T20 internationals.

    "But nothing comes close to a Test match. So I was in complete awe ahead of the match," Ashwin said.
    However, contrary to expectation (and perception) the wicket didn't spin as much.
    "The pitch looked very dirty and we thought it will spin a lot," explained Ashwin, before proceeding to elaborate his point.
    "It didn't spin at all," he continued, adding, "There were a few balls that jumped but overall it was a very slow wicket.
    "I had to keep varying my pace at different points during the day."
    Having been criticised for not matching up to expectations -- he managed only 14 wickets in four matches even as England inflicted on India a humiliating home defeat -- Ashwin had a point to prove, especially considering the fact that he had been named the player of the series against both West Indies and New Zealand -- his first two series on home soil.


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    Australia 316-7 (95.3) | *Michael Clarke 103(169) Peter Siddle 1(21)
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    Australia 335-7 (107.5) | *Michael Clarke 117(206) Peter Siddle 6(58)
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    Australia 358-7 (116.4) | *Michael Clarke 129(239) Peter Siddle 17(78)
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    Australia 376-9 (129.4) | James Pattinson 13(38) Nathan Lyon 2(17)
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    Australia 380
    India 179/3 (50.3 ov)
    India trail by 201 runs with 7 wickets remaining in the 1st innings


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