“The Australian conditions suit Kuldeep Yadav more than Ravichandran Ashwin. Ashwin has really struggled in Australia and has not done well here," said Warne.
Jadeja missed the second and third T20Is against Australia after being hit on the head in the final over of the first T20I at Canberra.
Bumrah turned 27, Jadeja turned 32, Nair turned 29 while Iyer and Singh are celebrating their 26th and 35th birthday respectively.
Former England skipper Michael Vaughan clearly wasn’t happy with what transpired out in the middle and highlighted that Jadeja was struggling with his hamstring.
After having stitched a match-winning partnership with Hardik Pandya in the third ODI, he came out all guns blazing in the first T20 smashing an unbeaten 44 in just 23 balls.
Credit was also due to the lion-hearted effort from debutant Thangarasu Natarajan (3/30) and off-spinner Washington Sundar (0/16 in 4 overs), who bowled well in Powerplay
The Indian all-rounder was hit on the head by a Mitchell Starc delivery in the 20th over
India, who made four changes going into the game, got past Australia by 13 runs to pick up a win after losing the series
Jadeja scored 30 off 11 balls and followed up Ruturaj Gaikwad's 72 and Ambati Rayudu's 38 to take CSK to their second consecutive win.
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This century was his third consecutive 50+ score in the tournament and he said he was always in good nick even before these three good knocks.