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India vs Australia 1st ODI: The Indian team won the Test series against Australia 2–1. Now Team India’s eyes will be on winning the ODI series. The first match of the three-match ODI series between India and Australia will be played today (March 17) at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Hardik Pandya will lead Team India in the first match. At the same time, Steve Smith will captain Australia. There are five fast bowlers in the Indian team for the ODI series against Australia. There, only three places. In such a situation, it will be interesting to see which fast bowlers Captain Hardik does not give a place in the playing XI. Let’s know about it.

These 5 fast bowlers are included in Team India

Mohammed Shami, Mohammed Siraj, Shardul Thakur, Umran Malik and Jaydev Unadkat have got a place in Team India for the ODI series against Australia. Due to injury, Jasprit Bumrah is not playing due to injury. In such a situation, Mohammed Shami will be seen leading the fast bowling attack of Team India. He has immense experience. He has won many matches for the Indian team on his own in the past as well. When he is in his rhythm, he can tear apart any batting line-up. He has taken 159 wickets in 87 ODIs for India.

This bowler has impressed

Along with Mohammed Shami, Mohammed Siraj may also get a chance in the playing XI. Siraj bowls brilliantly at the beginning of the innings. He takes wickets very quickly on slower balls. He has so far taken 38 wickets in 21 ODIs for Team India. Of late, he has been able to impress with his performances.

Sword hanging on these two players

Shardul Thakur may get a chance in the playing XI of the first ODI against Australia. He specializes in explosive batting along with superb bowling. Shardul has so far taken 50 wickets in 34 ODIs for Team India. At the same time, 298 runs have also been scored. While Umran Malik and Jaydev Unadkat fail to bat at the lower order. Unadkat has returned to Team India after a long time, but he may have to sit out of the playing XI in the playing XI.

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