Sydney, Feb 1: The first T20 between India and Australia to be played at the ANZ stadium on Wednesday, is under threat by unseasonal rain.
Heavy rains in Sydney early in the morning made it clear that rain might play spoilsport during the first T20 international between India and Australia. Weather experts believe that rain would stop as the day progresses as reported by the Daily Telegraph.
While many people have shown interest in catching the action live, as the ticket sales ensure a record crowd for the match which is all set to break an 80 year old record of 58,466 people flocking to watch the Australia-England Test match in Sydney.
Pacer Brett Lee, who is all set to open the attack for Australia in the first T20 tweeted saying ' Go away rain.'
Aussies are on a high ahead of the first T20 as they have already crushed India in the Test series, a 4-0 whitewash which has left Team India in lurch, while MS Dhoni would hope if the lady luck will smile on him in the first T20 ahead of the tri-series featuring Australia, Sri Lanka and India.
This happens to be the first time, ANZ stadium is hosting an international game since 2003. Debutant George Bailey is leading the Aussie side for the first time. Time can only tell us we can witness another beautiful T20 match, starting at 2.05 pm IST between India and Australia.