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M Chinnaswamy Stadium T20 records: Check India & Australia’s record ahead of IND vs AUS 5th T20I

M Chinnaswamy Stadium T20 records: Check India & Australia’s record ahead of IND vs AUS 5th T20I

This will be the third time the two sides face each other at the Chinnaswamy Stadium.

After India sealed the IND vs AUS T20 series in Raipur, the two sides will look to assert their dominance in the fifth and final match on December 3. India will look to claim the series 4-1 ahead of their upcoming 3-match T20I series in South Africa, while Australia will look for a consolation win in Bengaluru. Ahead of the IND vs AUS 5th T20I, check M Chinnaswamy Stadium T20 stats and records.

Matches Played8
Average Score154.7
Matches Won Batting 1st2
Matches Won Batting 2nd5
Highest Score202/6
Lowest Score122/9
The last match played here is not taken into account as it was rained off

M Chinnaswamy Stadium T20 Records

A total of 8 matches have been played at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium over 10 years (2012–2022). In these matches, the average first-inning score is 262.

The sides batting second here have a advantage, winning 71% of completed matches (5 out of 7) in Bangalore.

The highest score posted here is 202/6 by India in 2017 against England. Conversely, the lowest total posted here is 122/9 by Sri Lanka in 2016 against the West Indies.

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The best individual batting score made is 113* runs, shared by Glenn Maxwell in 2019. Similarly, the best bowling figures recorded here are 4-0-25-6 by Yuzvendra Chahal in 2017.

The highest successful run chase here came in 2019, when Australia chased a target of 191 runs with 7 wickets in hand and 2 balls to spare. Conversely, the lowest score defended here is 146 by India against Bangladesh in 2016.

India & Australia T20 record at M Chinnaswamy Stadium

MatchesIndiaAustralia
Played62
Won22
Lost30
No Result10

India and Australia have faced each other twice in Bengaluru. In these matches, Australia leads India 2-0.

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