Sights, sounds, sell-out crowds: Australia’s special tour of India | India v Australia 2022-23

Sights, sounds, sell-out crowds: australia’s special tour of india | india v australia 2022-23

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Go behind the scenes to see all the sights and colour of a special Australian tour of India, which saw some of the loudest and most passionate supporters provide a fantastic atmosphere for the five-T20 series played across two venues in Mumbai

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