Brisbane Cricket Ground (Woolloongabba), Brisbane
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Virat Kohli led India out as they began their long tour of Australia with the first T20I in Brisbane.
Highlights, India vs Australia 1st T20I: Shikhar Dhawan's 76-run knock went in vain as India suffered a four-run defeat against Australia in the rain-hit first T20I.
In the absence of Smith and Warner, Australia's results have been on a downward spiral.
India have named Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav and Krunal Pandya in the 12 for the 1st T20I.
The incident allegedly took place at a hotel while the England team was in town for its tour-opening match against a Western Australian XI, the report said.
Steve Smith slammed England's fielding tactics as "pretty defensive" as Australia gained an edge after three hard-fought days in the first Ashes Test at the Gabba.
At the close, Pakistan were 70/2 in the second innings and trail Australia by 419 runs.
Pakistan will play a three-match Test series in Australia. The first match will be played from December 15.
South Africa, who had expressed reservations about the Pink Ball, have finally agreed to play the Day-Night Test against Australia in Adelaide on November 24.
Cricket Australia said a deal had been reached to play a Test annually at the Gabba ground until the end of the 2018-19 season, as well as a one-day or T20 international each season for the next three years
The 'Twilight Ticket', first introduced at the Commonwealth Bank day-night Test in Adelaide last season, gives fans access to the Gabba for the last two sessions of play for days one to four of Australia's first Test against Pakistan
Australia is reportedly set to host two day-night Tests for the 2016/17 home summer while Perth will host the opening Test of the summer for the first time in 20 years.
Michael Clarke, former Australian skipper who announced his retirement after the end of the 2015 Ashes, saw his name displayed on the Gabba due to an error.
Rohit Sharma notched up his fifth century against Australia while Ajinkya Rahane blasted 89 off 80 balls to help India go past 300 against Australia in Brisbane.
Australia smashed a record 309 for three at Gabba to take a 2-0 lead against India in the five-match ODI series. Rohit Sharma's century went in vain for the visitors again as Aaron Finch, Shaun Marsh and George Bailey hit brisk fifties.
After an economical first 20 overs, India let Australia off the hook by dropping Shaun Marsh four times. Australia took full advantage and wrestled the momentum away from the visitors with Marsh, Aaron Finch and George Bailey hitting half-centuries. Get all the highlights here.
Gabba, which will be hosting India-Australia second ODI on Friday, has seen spectator numbers dip over the years. Organisers feel a successful conduct of the ODI will help them get the hosting rights of Pink Ball Test next summer
Australian skipper Steven Smith has taken fast bowler Mitchell Starc to task after the bowler flung a delivery at New Zealand batsman Mark Craig.