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100 for Dhawan
He gets to his 17th ODI century off 95 balls. Superb knock this. After he took pressure off Rohit, he's now giving Kohli the cushion to settle in. Authoritative strokeplay, he's kept the scoreboard moving and also adapted well on a good batting track.
India 188 for 1 in 32.2 overs.
India 152 for 1 in 26.4 overs
Coulter-Nile breaks the 127-run opening stand. Rohit falls trying to guide a back of length delivery to third man. Extra bounce and it takes the edge before landing with the 'keeper.
India 127 for 1
50 for Rohit
He started slow and has caught up with ease. No trouble whatsoever. Ominous signs for Australia as the bowling looks short on ideas.
India 121 for no loss in 21 overs.
India 100 for no loss in 19 overs
50 for Dhawan
He's struggling after getting hit on the thumb but this has been a superb innings from Dhawan. He's refused to give up. He's adapted well and it looking to keep going.
India 96 for no loss in 18 overs
India 53 for no loss in 11.3 overs
So 41 runs in the first ten. Dhawan got hit by a nasty delivery from Cummins on the finger. He's now looking to take a more aggressive approach. Rohit isn't too fussed. Australia haven't found much swing and that hasn't helped. This looks a good track to bat on and only wickets will contain the runs.
Dhawan gets going
Coulter-Nile comes in and the pressure has eased. Three boundaries as he leaks 14 from the over. All runs to Dhawan. India needed this start after Starc and Cummins kept things tight. NCN last ten balls bowled: 4,4,4,4,0,0,4,wd,4,4,1
India 36 for no loss after eight
Australian bowlers have bowled well so far to keep things in check. Juet one boundary from Dhawan so far.
India 18 for no loss in five
Early reprieve for Rohit
Was it a plan? A leg-stump half-volley and Coulter-Nile flies at square leg.. and couldn't get around. Good attempt, even a good shot flicking that, but nothing comes out of it except a cement ad that flashes at the bottom of the screen. Cement for solidity.. get it now? I also don't.
Alright then, national anthems done, Rohit and Dhawan are out to open. Rohit takes the strike agains Cummins. We are all set. Excited?
TOSS - Unchanged India opt to bat.
India: Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli(c), Lokesh Rahul, MS Dhoni(w), Kedar Jadhav, Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah
Australia: David Warner, Aaron Finch(c), Usman Khawaja, Steven Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Alex Carey(w), Nathan Coulter-Nile, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa
Head to Head - India 3, Australia 8.
It's a typical Oval wicket with a covering of thick grass and it will do a bit later in the day. Kohli or Finch might select to bat first as it looks a good pitch to bat on. 280+ score on the cards - Slater.
Hello and welcome to the live blog of the match between India and Australia at The Oval. India haven't won a league match against them since 1987 and have usually got cold feet.
Finch and Co. defeated them in India and will be confident of repeating their feat. India, however, are a strong force and they showed it against South Africa. Bumrah is a big threat and it'll be interesting to see how the Australian batting line-up copes with the pressure.
They were poor against West Indies before Smith and Coulter-Nile bailed them out. Stay tuned as we bring you more updates.
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