India and Australia are set to feature in a five-match ODI series starting on Saturday, March 2, 2019. The first ODI will be played at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad. The game will start at 1:30 PM IST, 7:00 PM AEST. The two teams played out a T20I series earlier this week which Australia won 2-0.

IND v AUS 1st ODI broadcast details

Star Sports 1 and Star Sports 1 Hindi will telecast AUS v IND 1st ODI in India and it's subcontinent. Hotstar will stream the match Live for the viewers in the Indian subcontinent. Seven Network and Fox Sports will televise the game in Australia while BT Sport will provide the coverage in the United Kingdom.

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India's problem of plenty as Bumrah return

India could include KL Rahul in the XI as their no. 3 batsman. According to the Cricbuzz report, captain Virat Kohli has said that he will be okay with batting at no. 4, hence that could mean a change in the middle-order as well.

The inclusion of KL could actually cause the dropping of Shikhar Dhawan or Ambati Rayudu, but either ways India has a problem of plenty.

Vijay Shankar is likely to make a cut in the absence of Hardik Pandya, who is out with an injury.

Jasprit Bumrah will be back in the lineup after missing the series' in Australia and New Zealand.

Rishabh Pant coming back into the squad could also get a look-in, but ideally, the XI goes decides for this series which decide the team for the World Cup 2019.

Carey to return to the XI

Kane Richardson has been ruled of the ODI series and Andrew Tye has been named his replacement.

Shaun Marsh who was earlier rested for this tour but he has been recalled back into the squad while D Arcy Short has been sent back home after an impressive performance in the T20Is.

Australian skipper Aaron Finch also confirmed the inclusion of Alex Carey as the wicket-keeper in the side. Unlike India with their wrist-spin duo, Australia is still pondering upon their spin options between Nathan Lyon and Adam Zampa.

The Hyderabad wicket is always slightly slower than the other tracks in the country. There should be something for the bowlers to extract from, but it should be noted that the average team scores at this venue are quite good. The temperature will be moderate with the partly cloudy skies.

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