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India vs Australia 1st T20: Numerology predicts India's winning chances
Today Indian cricket team will play their first T20 match against Australia. For a change, Aaron Finch is the captain for the Aussies T20 team, and his complete birth date total is 34. Today's match date pattern sections 12 and 22 (90 - 68) can generate the 34. But there appears twists and inverted digits, hence a chance for team India.

Today's pattern is- 

26

18= 44 + 9 = 53.

The original pattern has very little numerical significance. When we vision it from anti-clockwise turned position, we get 68 and 21.

90 - 68= 22

12

22= 34.

The 12 has the effect of 17. Aaron finch's birth date is 17, complete birth date (month, year included) is 34.

The main thing is that, with 68 there is a 21, not 12. The 34 is getting generated when one section [12] remains fixed, and the 86 invert to become 68. 

This inversion has a gap of 18 which is equal to zero (zero= 18). The 9 needed for the deduction and creation of 22 is supplied from here. 

The other team members are not letting Dhoni win the match/series. They are getting out at crucial points quite un-naturally. The much hyped bowlers are under- performing.

The whole process involves too much twisting and turning, not directly. Often this represents weakness. Hence, a chance for team India.     

In a 'bat and ball' game, nothing else matters (pitch, previous records, changing in batting order, bowling change etc.) Despite so many statistical measures, like batting average, current run rate, strike rate, bowlers strike rate/average, the actual score/target gets generated only based on the 'runs' and 'balls' count of first or second wicket batsman:

Team score = 90 + batsman's runs + balls

You have to just hit the ball for runs, or get the batsman out.

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