Team India in Australia

Team India has reached Australia for the T20 World Cup. Ahead of the marquee clash, they played two practice matches against Western Australia.

Next: 2 Warm-up matches

After this, Team India will play warm-up matches against Australia and New Zealand on October 17 and 19. Both matches will be a big test for the team.

Rohit's first tourney

India skipper Rohit Sharma is ready to showcase his abilities in his first major ICC tournament. He will captain the team for the first time at an ICC tournament.

Can be big record

Rohit Sharma can break the record of former India skipper MS Dhoni. Right-handed batter has played a total of 33 matches in the T20 World Cup from 2007 to 2021.

Trying to match Dhoni

The former India captain also played 33 matches from 2007 to 2016. In such a situation, this record can be broken in the first match against Pakistan itself.

Rohit's batting

Rohit Sharma has scored 847 runs in 33 matches in the T20 World Cup at an average of 38.50. This includes a best score of 79 not out.

Dhoni's batting stats

Dhoni has scored 529 runs in the same number of matches at an average of 35.26, with 45 runs being his highest personal score.

Might leave Gayle behind too!

West Indies batting great Chris Gayle and former Bangladesh wicket-keeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim have also played 33 matches in the World Cup.

West Indies' legendary all-rounder Dwayne Bravo, Pakistan's Shahid Afridi and Shoaib Malik have played 34 matches, one more than the others.

Who is in front?

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