HYDERABAD, India — Kedar Jadhav and Mahendra Singh Dhoni scored patient half-centuries and stayed at the crease to help India beat Australia by six wickets in their first one-day international on Saturday. Australia won the toss and decided to bat at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium as the teams began to mark the home stretch for the 50-over World Cup. But the decision didn’t pay off as India finished on 240-4 in 48.2 overs in reply to Australia’s 236-7. Jadhav scored 81 not out off 87 balls, including nine fours and a six, while Dhoni made 59 not out off […]

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