The second one day match between Australia and India is to be played in Jaipur in the Sawai mansingh stadium. It is scheduled on 16th October 2013 at the local time 14:30 in the afternoon. The match would be a riveting affair because the series will be interestingly poised.
The last match was played in 2010 on 20th October in which Michael Clarke scored a scintillating century and helped his country to reach 289 in the stipulated 50 over. It was a tough game and India was set a daunting target. The openers started cautiously and Virat Kohli played a gem of an innings taking India to victory. Among the bowlers, Ashish Nehra from India took 2 wickets. Indian batsmen showed amazing patience and scored 292 runs in the 49th over. India won the toss and elected to field which proved to be a right decision. The match was held at Vishakhapatnam and watched by record number of people. Yuvraj Singh and Suresh Raina chipped in with half centuries and India cruised safely to the target in the penultimate over.
Sawai mansingh stadium is one of the most important landmarks of Jaipur which is the capital city of Rajasthan. It has been hosting number of one day as well as test matches. The first test match was played on this venue in the year 1983 between India and Pakistan. Total capacity of the stadium is about 30,000 audiences. Matches between India and Australia have always been a close affair because both team fight tooth and nail for the victory.
Tickets are basically provided in the online and the offline mode. It is advisable to get information about buying ODI Match tickets from the BCCI official website. Home series are generally quite intriguing and Indian team is a tiger on its turf.