India vs Australia 2019: India captain Virat Kohli looked in the zone during the nets at Vizag. He would be making a comeback to the side after missing out the last leg of the New Zealand tour. Kohli looked to step down the ground on many occasions giving an indication of what to expect. He looked aggressive and in the mood all ready to take on the Australians at home. Not long ago, India beat Australia on their soil for the first time in Tests and ODIs. Also Read - IPL 2020 Points Table Today Latest Update After CSK vs KKR, Match 49: Mumbai Indians Become 1st Team to Qualify For Playoffs After Chennai Super Kings Beat Kolkata Knight Riders; KL Rahul Retains Orange Cap, Kagiso Rabada Leads Purple Cap Tally

Here is a look at how Kohli looked to dominate in the nets ahead of the opener: Also Read - CSK vs KKR 2020, IPL Today Match Report: Ruturaj Gaikwad Fifty, Ravindra Jadeja Blitzkrieg Help Chennai Super Kings Clinch Thriller vs Kolkata Knight Riders, Send Mumbai Indians Into Playoffs

Kohli will aim to register his name in the books of records once again. When India take to the field against the Aussies on Sunday in Visakhapatnam, Kohli will be on the verge of attaining what can be described as imminent and impressive records.

The talismanic batsman has so far registered five half-centuries against Australian cricket team – joint-most alongside Kusal Perera in the T20I format against any opposition. Which implies that one more half century would make him the batsman to have the most fifties against a single team in the twenty-over format.

Kohli has had quite a commendable record against the Aussies – He has knocked 488 runs in 13 T20I innings at an average of 61 and it includes five half-centuries. He runs against Australia is the most by a batsman against any opposition with New Zealand’s Martin Guptill sitting on the second place. in what will be an imminent record, Kohli will become the first-ever batsman to score 500 runs in T20I against a single opposition.