Australia has seven changes from the time they last met India in an ODI series. While a couple of senior players have restored, the enormous change has been in the abundance of crease bowling all-rounder choices accessible to them this time.
India will play their first ODI in very nearly 10 months when they take on Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground in the first ODI of the arrangement on Friday. Their last trip had been a drubbing in New Zealand, however, it was preceding that India beat Australia 2-1 out of an ODI arrangement at home.
On their turf this time, the Aussies have rolled out a few improvements from the last break. While two senior players — Glenn Maxwell and Matthew Wade — have since gotten back to the public group, the huge change has been in the crease bowling all-rounders' area of expertise. Upwards of five such new choices — Marcus Stoinis, Daniel Sams, Cameron Green, Moses Henriques and Sean Abbott — are accessible to the hosts.