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After suffering a 5-wicket loss in the 3rd T20I of the 5-match T20I series in Guwahati, India are set to face Australia in the 4th T20I at the Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium, Raipur on Friday, December 1. The Indian team will look to take an unassailable lead and seal the series that currently stands at 2-1.

In Guwahati, Australia won their first match of the series as Glenn Maxwell's swashbuckling hundred kept the series alive. Australia went on to chase a mammoth target of 223 and stop India's victory march.

Before this, India won two matches on the trot. It's been raining sixes and fours in the first three T20Is as all three matches have witnessed 200-plus totals so far and the script for the Raipur T20i might not be any



different.

Changes might be made to both teams in the 4th T20I match. World Cup star Shreyas Iyer has joined the Indian team and will most likely play in Raipur. In that case, Tilak Varma might be asked to rest for at least this game. That is not the only change that India could make in Raipur. India pacer Mukesh Kumar is back from his wedding, and might be seen in the playing XI. Mukesh has bowled well in the death overs and could be very useful for India against the big-hitting Australian lower-order.

Deepak Chahar, who was recently drafted in India's squad might make his way into the playing XI. This move could come amid Arshdeep and Prasidh Krishna leaking a lot of runs. Prasidh Krishna recorded the worst figures for India in T20Is as he gave away 68 runs in 4 overs in the 3rd T20I.
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