After suffering a narrow defeat in the first Twenty20 International to Australia by three wickets, India will be keen to bounce back in the second and final game to square the series at Bengaluru on Wednesday.
Captain Virat Kohli will look to make the most of the familiar conditions at the home venue of his Indian Premier League franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Besides KL Rahul none of the Indian batsmen kicked on to make a substantial contribution in the first T20I in Vizag after the Australian bowlers restricted the hosts to a modest 126. Indian bowlers led by Jasprit Bumrah responded well to take the game deep with the visitors scampering home off the final ball.
Glenn Maxwell, who was the top scorer for the tourists in the opening T20I, will once again be a key figure in the Australian line up as they eye series win in Bengaluru.
Here's everything you need to know about the second T20I between India and Australia:
When will India vs Australia fixture take place?
The second T20I between India and Australia will take place on 27 February, 2019.
Where will the match be played?
The second T20I between India and Australia will be played at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru.
What time does the match begin?
The second T20I between India and Australia will begin at 7 pm IST with the toss to take place at 6:30 pm IST.
Which TV channels will broadcast the India-Australia T20Is?
The match will be telecast on Star Sports Network in both standard as well as HD format.
How do I watch the match online?
The match will be live streamed on Hotstar.com. You can also catch live updates on firstpost.com.
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The men's team was accompanied by the women's side that is touring England for three ODIs and as many T20s besides the one-off Test, starting in Bristol on 16 June.
Williamson said that he is well aware of India's bowling depth and their recent historic series win in Australia.
Pujara did not make a lot of runs in Australia but the amount of time he batted played a big role in India's triumph Down Under earlier this year.