Australia and India are ready to clash in a full series down under with the T20I series beginning from Nov 21 and the four-Test Border-Gavaskar Trophy beginning from Dec 6.
One of the modern nemesis of Australian bowling has been Indian opening star Rohit Sharma, who was brilliant in the ODI series last time India visited Australia. This time too Rohit is coming into the Australia series on the back of a record-breaking T20I series against West Indies, where he became the first batsman to score four centuries in T20I cricket.
Rohit also became the leading run scorer in T20Is for India.
Ahead of the much-awaited clash, premier Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell, in an interview to directhit.com.au said that the 31-year-old makes batting look effortless. He also said that Rohit has got the highest score of 264 runs in One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and "you can't stop him."
Rohit averages over 47 in the 50-over format and has the most number of scores (7) of 150 plus in ODIs, including three double centuries. He had also notched up an unbeaten 171 at Perth in the 50-over format on January 12, 2016.