Upon the request from Team India Management, The Mohali pitch on which India and Australia will play the crucial T20 match has been changed into a turning track. This move was intended to assist the Spinners and have an uneven bounce as well to ensure India come on top.
Actually, The Mohali pitch is a high-scoring one and we have seen that in the recent Australia-Pakistan encounter. India don't want the pitch to assist batsmen as there are several big hitters in Australia team.
Even the Nagpur's pitch where India played the first Match in ICC World T20 tourney was changed into a turning track due to the request of the team management.
However, New Zealand spinner Mitchell Santner and Ish Sodhi made good use of the conditions to defeat India by a huge margin. Will the same result repeat or India emerges as the winner in Today's match?