Australia and India will face each other in the three-match ODI series starting on Saturday, January 12, 2019, at the Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney. The 1st ODI will start at 2:20 PM AEDT, 7:50 AM IST, 2:20 AM GMT.

Both the teams have already played the T20I series and Test series on this tour. India clinched the series 2-1 in the longest format, while the T20I series ended in a 1-1 draw.

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Sony and Fox broadcast details

Sony Six and Sony Ten 3 will telecast the Aus vs Ind 1st ODI live in India. SonyLiv will stream the game live via the app and the website for the viewers in the Indian subcontinent.

Fox Sports and Channel Seven will jointly broadcast the ODI series between the Aussies and the Indians in Australia. Foxtel Sports and Kayo Sports will provide the online streaming of the series for the Australian viewers.

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Australia has gone through multiple changes in their ODI squad since their last series loss against South Africa at home. Captain Aaron Finch will lead a new-look side as they eye on the World Cup later this year.

The hosts announced their XI a day prior to the game. Peter Siddle will play his first ODI since 2010, while Peter Handscomb and Usman Khawaja will play in the middle-order. Jhye Richardson and Jason Behrendorff are two quicks Australia have gone selected.

Jasprit Bumrah has been rested for this ODI series as the team management wants to manage his workload.

Mohammad Siraj has been named as his replacement in the squad.

Mohammad Shami should get a spot in the XI, along with Khaleel Ahmed. India may go in with Kuldeep Yadav as the only spinner in the side. Rest of the side should be similar to the usual combination India plays for the white-ball formats.

The SCG pitch is slower than any other pitches in Australia and it's favour spin slightly.

The wickets in Australia have been really flat lately, so it is expected that even this game will be a high-scoring encounter.

The weather had played a spoiled sport in the final Test at the same venue last week, but that isn't likely to be the case for the Saturday's game. The weather will be sunny throughout the day and there is no rain expected.

Pakistan is playing South Africa in the 3rd ODI. Follow the Test at PTV Sports live streaming Pakistan v South Africa 3rd Test at 1 PM PKT.