The seventh and final ODI between India and Australia has been called off due to heavy rain in Mumbai. Australia win series 4-2.
The seventh and final One Day International between India and Australia was delayed due to persistent rains in Mumbai on Wednesday.
The seventh and the last ODI between India and Australia at the DY Patil stadium is likely to be called off due to heavy rain in the city since Tuesday afternoon.
KyaZoonga, sports and entertainment ticketing company, announced that it will be a full house at the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai when India clash with Australia in the seventh and final One-Day International under lights on November 11.
Mitchell Johnson and in-form all-rounder Shane Watson, Cricket Australia, on Tuesday, asked the duo to return home immediately to have adequate rest before a busy summer ahead.
The series already out of their grasp, India will have just pride to play for against the confident Australia in the final One-dayer on Wednesday.
Ricky Ponting has advised youngsters in the national team to set their priorities right by choosing the country first over cash offered by IPL.
The Lankan skipper said he runs out of superlatives when talking about Tendulkar.
MS Dhoni blamed the batsmen's inability to read the track in the first 15 minutes for their humiliating six-wicket loss in the sixth One-day International that gave Australia a 4-2 series win here Sunday.
Australia clinch yet another ODI series in India. They have not lost a single ODI series in India since 1986.