NEW DELHI: The stage is set for a historic Ind vs Aus ODI World Cup final, marking the first encounter in two decades.
Indian skipper Rohit Sharma’s squad secured their spot after a triumphant victory against New Zealand, while Pat Cummins’ Australian team showcased their mettle by defeating South Africa.
As anticipation builds, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has received an invitation to witness the clash at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium on November 19.
The last ODI World Cup face-off between these cricketing giants was in 2003, with Sourav Ganguly leading India and Ricky Ponting leading Australia. Now, the two teams are poised for a thrilling showdown, each eager to etch their name on the trophy.
Ahead of this historic match, both teams had a face-off at MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai, where India emerged victorious with KL Rahul earning the player of the match title.