IND vs AUS: The fourth and last Test match of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy between India and Australia will be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad from March 9. This match will be very special for both India and Australia, because if India wins, then the series will also be captured and will also get a chance to go to the final of the World Test Championship. On the other hand, if Australia wins, it will avoid losing the third consecutive Border-Gavaskar trophy. Apart from all this, this match is also going to be historic for cricket players and fans, because the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi can toss the coin of this match.
Yes, you have read absolutely right. According to media reports, the toss coin of the last Test match of India-Australia starting from March 9 may not be tossed by Rohit Sharma or Steve Smith but Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi. However, there is no official confirmation of this yet, but it is being claimed in many media reports.
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Actually, the Prime Minister of Australia is currently on a tour of India. He will be in India from 8th to 11th March and hence on 9th March the Prime Ministers of both the countries will visit Ahmedabad to watch the India-Australia match."Narendra Modi" href ="https://www.abplive.com/topic/narendra-modi" data-type="interlinkingkeywords">Narendra Modi is about to go to the stadium. In such a situation, news was coming through many media reports that PM Modi can appear in the commentary box and now according to the latest report, PM Modi can toss coin on the field. Now it has to be seen whether PM Modi really does this on Thursday or not.
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