Australia v India 3rd T20 Preview: Betting Tips & Predictions

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India will be looking to complete a T20 series whitewash over Australia after gaining revenge for their ODI series defeat. Can India make it 3-0, or will Australia save face and finally win one?

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Australia v India 3rd T20 Betting Tips & Predictions: India Top Runs Scorer

You can tell India are serious about winning the 2021 T20 World Cup on home soil having charged into an assailable lead in their T20 series on Australian turf. Opener Shikhar Dhawan top scored for the tourists in their second T20 success as he smashed 52 from 36 with four fours and two maximums. Dhawan needed a good innings after making just one in the opening game, I am backing to him once again top scoring for India. It’s amazing what you can achieve when you get some confidence back.

Australia v India 3rd T20 Betting Tips & Predictions: Australia Top Runs Scorer

Australia came into this T20 series expecting to blow away India with runs galore, like they did in their first two ODI matches last month. That has not been the case, they have been without the injured David Warner, while Steve Smith has only contributed 58 runs in his two matches – well short of what he is capable of. Aaron Finch was ruled out of the second game with a hip injury and was replaced as captain by Matthew Wade. The 32-year-old wicket keeper, who became Australia’s 11th T20 captain, smashed 58 from 32 balls with 10 fours and one six, so I am backing him to once again show his worth by scoring the most runs for the Aussies.

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Australia are playing for pride in their third and final T20 clash against India on Tuesday. Matthew Wade became the 11th player to captain Australia in a T20 international, and he impressed with bat in hand as he hit 58 from 32 balls. Rahul will once again open the batting for India, he hit 51 in game one and a further 30 in the second game. So don’t be surprised if he piles the runs on again.