IND vs AUS, 2nd T20I: To win a series, India will win all the matches..

IND vs AUS, 2nd T20I: To win a series, India will win all the matches,

IND vs AUS, 2nd T20I: To win a series, India will win all the matches,

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IND vs AUS, 2nd T20I: The series is at stake and in this case, it is necessary to see if Dhawan is given a chance to start with Rohit Sharma, or the team once again gives Visakhapatnam salute pair a chance…

home series. Due to poor batting performance in the first T20 in Visakhapatnam, India had lost three wickets and the team was lagging behind 0-1 in the three-match series.

The Indian team could only manage to score only 126 runs. The bowling attack led by Jaspreet Bumrah, however, kept the team in the match for the last over but it was inadequate. Indian captain Virat Kohli has already said that his team is almost certain for the World Cup to be held in May-July, but he did not deny the possibility of getting the opportunity for two T20 and five ODIs against Australia. is. Captain Kohli can give both Lokesh Rahul and Rishabh Pant a chance in most matches against Australia.

India decided to give the opportunity to Rahul by resting regular opener Shikhar Dhawan, who returned with a 50-ball 36 off 36 balls in the first match.

Rahul’s performance in the Test series in Australia was quite disappointing, after which he and the Hardik Pandya were temporarily suspended due to a controversial statement to women on a TV show. The ban was lifted later, but both of them still have to face the investigation.

The series is at stake and in this case, it is necessary to see if Dhawan is given a chance to start the innings with Rohit Sharma or the team gives Visakhapatnam’s salami pair a chance again. While returning from the break, Bumrah was the best bowler but Umesh Yadav managed to score a lot and failed to defend the 14 runs in the last over.

India can give chance to Siddharth Kaul in place of Umesh or to add all-rounder Vijay Shankar in the final eleven to strengthen the batting.

The hosts first came in the lower T20 T20, whose impact was on its final score, and the team failed to score a strong score despite being in good position in the ninth over with 69 runs in the ninth over.

Pant claimant to make the place in the World Cup team would like to perform well on Sunday, and Dinesh Karthik’s eyesight would also be on the big score. This is the last chance to leave the mark before Karthik before the World Cup.

The eyes of all would once again have been on Mahendra Singh Dhoni, he was able to score only 29 runs in 37 balls, which helped India score 126 runs on seven wickets. Dhoni has been able to calm his critics with a solid performance in Australia and New Zealand, but his slow innings on Sunday has once again begun to question him.

Debunking leg spinner Mayank Markandey (31 runs without a wicket in four overs) did not get any wicket but according to captain Kohli, he bowled very well. This 21-year-old spinner can get another chance. On the other hand, Australia has a good chance to win the series against India in recent times. The team had to face defeat against South Africa in the Test and ODI series against the team.

The Australian team will be happy with the 126 runs on a slow pitch in the first match but the batting team is worried. Although the Australians were in a very strong position at one stage, they won the first match in the last over and they know that India will not be able to kneel on the pitch of the Chinnaswamy Stadium easily. Captain Aaron Finch’s eyesight will remain in the big innings and the team will again expect Glenn Maxwell to be an aggressive inning, who scored 56 runs in 43 balls in the first match.

The teams are: 

India: Virat Kohli (Captain), Rohit Sharma , Lokesh Rahul, Shikhar Dhawan, Rishabh Pant, Dinesh Karthik, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Krishan Pandya, Vijay Shankar, Yuswendra Chahal, Jaspreet Bumrah, Umesh Yadav, Siddharth Kaul and Mayank Markandey.

Australia: Aaron Finch (captain), Darcy Short, Pat Cummins, Alex Carrie, Jason Behrendorff, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Peter Hands can, Usman Khawaja, Nathan Lyon, Glenn Maxwell, Zay Richardson, Ken Richardson, Marcus Stoney, Ashton Turner, and Adam Jampa.

 

 

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