After the World Cup, India and Australia are facing each other in a five-match T20 series. On December 3, both teams are facing each other at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore. This is the last and final T20 match. India already won the series after winning the previous match. Before the fifth T20 international, India had a setback. Star bowler Deepak Chahar is not on the team because of a medical emergency.
Deepak Chahar’s Absence:
On December 3, India and Australia are locking horns at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore. India already won the series by winning three matches. Before the fifth match of the series, Team India received bad news. Deepak Chahar is ruled out from the match. That was a setback for the team in the last match.
Deepak Chahar was added to the squad for the last two games. He took 2 wickets in the previous game. In this match, he has been ruled out. While in the time of the toss, Indian skipper Suryakumar Yadav revealed the reason. After the toss, he said, “We would have loved to bowl first. I told the team to not change anything, another opportunity to play in front of an amazing crowd, so just go and enjoy. The way the batting unit has delivered, just told them to believe and execute. Arshdeep comes in for Deepak Chahar. He has flown back home because of a medical emergency.” The kind of medical emergency that happened with the bowler has not been revealed yet.
Series Win and Match Update:
After the World Cup, most of the World Cup player is on rest. Youngsters are named in the team. That is a big opportunity for them. In Rohit Sharma’s absence, Suryakumar Yadav is leading the Indian side. India won the series already. They won the first two matches in a dominating way. In the third match, they faced hard luck and lost the match to Australia. They won the series by winning the fourth T20 and leading the series by 3-1.
In this match, Australia won the toss and opted to bowl first. After 1 over India is on 5 runs. Yashasvi is on 1 and Ruturaj is batting on 4. After that, India will leave for the South Africa tour. They will play three T20s, three ODI, and three test matches.