After being stunned in the series opener at the MCG, Australia will be looking to bounce back swiftly by squaring the ledger against England in the second ODI at the Gabba on Friday.
After comprehensively reclaiming the Ashes, Australia will now turn their attention to a five-match ODI series against the Old Enemy which commences with the opening game at the MCG on Sunday.
After squaring the series in Guwahati, Australia will be hoping for a similar performance in the decider against India at the Rajiv Ghandi International Stadium on Friday.
The market has not veered far from the ODI series with the hosts again installed favourites at a similar price, leaving the Aussies as the clear underdogs.
Australia find themselves in a familiar predicament, needing to beat India in the second T20I in Guwahati on Tuesday to keep their series hopes alive.
Despite their dominance in the series, India are much the same price as they were for the last match.
With the series done and dusted, Australia will be looking to salvage some pride when they travel to Bangalore to take on India on Thursday.
Australia will be hoping to keep the series alive by overcoming India in the third ODI at Indore on Sunday. The Analysts preview...
Australia will be looking to bounce back after a disappointing loss in Chennai when they clash with India in the second ODI at Eden Gardens on Thursday.
A one-day series between two of the more successful teams in this format commences on Sunday when India take on Australia in the first of five ODIs at Chennai’s MA Chidambaram Stadium.