India vs Australia T20 Series: Both Teams reached Out to Mohali

On the evening of 20 September at the IS Bindra Cricket Stadium in Mohali, there will be an interesting T20 match between the teams of India-Australia. For this, the Australian team reached Hotel The Lalit located in IT Park, Chandigarh on Friday. The Indian team came to Chandigarh on Saturday.

Many players including captain Rohit Sharma, and former captain Virat Kohli reached the hotel on Saturday evening. The Indian players spent some time together after meeting the Australian players and then the Indian players also went to their rooms to rest. Although all the players were also seen roaming around the hotel from time to time.

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The Australian team is enjoying the hospitality of Mohali

After resting for some time, all the players first drank soup and tasted some light food, but like every time, the Australian players enjoyed the continental food this time too. The Australian team preferred the continental gravy food the most. The hotel management also provided other facilities to the players including a separate continental food corner.

For the players, there was on-order delivery in their room as well. There was no shortage of any kind in hosting the Australia team, so the hotel management kept every employee, including its housekeeping staff, and food and beverage staff, in the care of the team.

Australian team out for practice in the afternoon

All the Australian players also reached the practice session at the stadium in Mohali on Saturday. Players sweat profusely during net practice. The openers/middle-order players and bowlers practiced till late in the evening. All the players were also seen applying defensive techniques and attacking shots during net practice.

Second last chance for India the Preparation before the T20 world cup

India will play 3-match T20 series against Australia. After this team, India has only the South Africa series to fold the preparation for the upcoming T20 world cup.

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