An extraordinary switch-hit six from David Warner and a Matt Wade half century fired Australia to a 31-run victory over India in the first of two Twenty20 matches on Wednesday.
Australia's tally of 171 for four proved too tough a target for an India team hoping for a turnaround in fortunes after suffering a 4-0 hammering in the test series and the tourists managed just 140 for six in the rain-delayed contest.In Image: India cricket captain M.S. Dhoni appeals for the wicket of Australia's Matthew Wade
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