The top two ranked one day international sides go head to head in India in a series that could potentially see a change at the top of the ICC ODI rankings.
India lead the rankings, and Australia are second. A 5-2 series win for the Aussies would see them acquire enough ranking points to take over top spot again.
The series starts on 10th October with a Twenty20, followed by (just the) seven 50 Over internationals.
Australian skipper Michael Clarke is out injured, meaning George Bailey will again lead the team in his absence. It is probably a series Australia could do without, as they will surely be focusing more on the upcoming Ashes.
Not only do India have home advantage, they are also the current 50 Over World Champions, and recently added to their collection by winning the last ever Champions Trophy beating England earlier in the year.
Given all that it’s not surprising that India start the series as clear favourites.
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10th Oct – India V Australia – Only T20 – Rajkot
13th Oct – India V Australia – 1st ODI – Pune
16th Oct – India V Australia – 2nd ODI – Jaipur
19th Oct – India V Australia – 3rd ODI – Mohali
23rd Oct – India V Australia – 4th ODI – Ranchi
26th Oct – India V Australia – 5th ODI – Cuttack
30th Oct – India V Australia – 6th ODI – Nagpur
2nd Nov – India V Australia – 7th ODI – Bangalore