Wednesday 11 November 2009 

Seventh India-Australia ODI Abandoned Due To Rain

Seventh India-Australia ODI Abandoned Due To Rain
Seventh India-Australia ODI Abandoned Due To Rain
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India v Australia

The seventh and final One-Day International between India and Australia in Mumbai was abandoned due to horrendous weather in the region.

The area has been lashed with heavy rain and the opening day of Sri Lanka's tour match against a BCCI President's XI was also washed out elsewhere in the city due to the effects of cyclone Phyan.

Australia claim ODI series 4-2, having claimed the series victory by winning in Guwahati in the sixth match and all-rounder Shane Watson was named as the man of the series.

Australia had been predicted to name up to three debutants following the return to Australia of Watson and Mitchell Johnson with Andrew McDonald, Jon Holland and Burt Cockley lined up to start.

They will now return to Australia where their next international match comes on 26th November in Brisbane, when they play the West Indies in the first Test.

India meet Sri Lanka in the first Test in Ahmedabad on 16th November.

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