With a win, Team India will get the number one crown, Australia's pride will have to be broken, Pakistan will also feel the heat
Team India will have a golden opportunity to achieve the supremacy of ODI cricket in the three-match ODI series against Australia. If Team India is successful in winning the series against the Kangaroo team, then Rohit's platoon will become the number one team in the world in the 50-over format. India's victory will cause a huge loss to Pakistan.
Team India's dream of becoming number one in ODI cricket remained unfulfilled due to the defeat at the hands of Bangladesh in the Asia Cup 2023. Despite defeating Sri Lanka in just 6.1 overs, Rohit's team could not achieve ODI supremacy. However, the Indian team will have a chance to become number one again in the three-match ODI series against Australia.
The Indian team is currently at number two in the ODI cricket rankings. However, if the Indian team is successful in winning the first ODI match against Australia to be held on September 22, then Team India will achieve the dominance of ODI cricket. At the same time, if Team India is successful in winning the series, then Rohit's platoon will enter the ICC World Cup 2023 tournament as number one.
The Australian team will also have a chance to become number one in ODI cricket. However, the Kangaroo team will have to show a very strong performance for this. If Australia manages to sweep India in the three-match series, it will once again regain its dominance in ODI cricket. If the Australian team led by Pat Cummins is successful in winning the first two ODI matches, then it will remain number one till the third ODI.
Pakistan will suffer huge losses in the three-match ODI series between India and Australia. Pakistan does not have to participate in any ODI series before the World Cup. In such a situation, Babar Azam and Company will remain number one only if the Indian team loses the series against Australia, but is successful in winning the last ODI. That means the result of the series should be 2-1 in favor of Australia.