- India won the ODI series against Australia with a final score of 2-1.
- India dominated the series by winning the first two matches, which also led to them dethroning Pakistan and becoming the No. 1 ODI
- Australia bounced back in the third ODI, winning by 66 runs
India won the ODI series against Australia with a final score of 2-1. With India securing victories in the first two matches they took an early lead in the series. There was anticipation that India might achieve a whitewash against Australia in ODIs. However, Australia mounted a comeback winning the third ODI.
During the first match, Muhammad Shami’s exceptional five wickets limited Australia to 276 runs. India’s chase was led by Shubman Gill (74) and Raturuj Gaikwad (71), with a valuable contribution by KL Rahul (58 not out) and Suryakumar Yadav (50) helped the team secure a thrilling victory. This win was not only significant for the series but also led India to Dethrone Pakistan and claim the NO 1 spot in the ICC men’s ODI ranking.
The second ODI witnessed a run-fest, with India setting a target of 399 for Australia on a batting-friendly pitch. A century from Shreyas Iyer a brilliant 104 by Shubman Gill, Suryakumarr Yadav 72, and R Ashwin three wickets ensuring India’s dominance leading to a win by 99 runs (DLS adjusted)
Australia came roaring back in the series, preventing a whitewash by winning the third ODI with a 66-run victory. Mitchell Marsh’s impressive 96 runs off 84 deliveries set the tone for Australia, contributing to a challenging total of 352 runs. Glenn Maxwell played a crucial role, taking four wickets in the first ten overs, which proved to be decisive in Australia’s win.
Despite losing the final game India had already taken the winning title in the second ODI match with their exceptional performance in the first two ODIs.