The third and decisive T-20 match between Team India and Australia played at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad was canceled without ball throwing.
With this, the three-match T-20 series draw at 1-1. India won the first match played in Ranchi, while Australia won the second match in Guwahati.
Apart from this, Team India missed out on winning 4 consecutive Bilateral International series against Australia. If this match was play and Team India won it, it would be for the first time in 70 years that they beat Australia in four consecutive Bialterral International series.
The third T20 match, played on Friday, became the turning point, but the rain stopped the series at par, Due to heavy rains the ground was clamped.
The ground was not in a position to play the match. The umpires took stock of the field twice, but the conditions of the field were not well and finally the decision to cancel the match was taken.
Due to delays in playing at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, the umpires inspected the field thrice in the middle but despite the efforts of fielders, the game could not be possible.
Let us know that it has been raining for more than a week in Hyderabad and the Meteorological Department was forecast rain Friday.