- After winning the first match brilliantly, Team India lost in the second match.
- The series of five T20 matches has now reached a level, the third match will be played today
- Indian cricket team’s playing XI may change in the third match, one or two changes are possible
IND vs WI Probable playing XI of Team India : The lead that Team India had made by winning the first match of the five-match T20 series being played against the West Indies, was leveled after the second match. The Indian team has lost the second match. Today the third match of the series will be played, which is going to be very important. For the team which wins today’s match, it will be easier for them to win the series. Meanwhile, the weaknesses of Team India have also come to the fore in the second match. In such a situation, there may be some changes in the third match. Although it is certain that there will not be much change, but one or two players can be changed.
Ishan Kishan can open with Rohit Sharma today
In the two matches played so far in the series, Surya Kumar Yadav has opened with captain Rohit Sharma. But he could not play a big innings in a single match. On the other hand, Specialist Ishaan Kishan is sitting outside waiting for his turn. Today there is a possibility that Ishan Kishan may be given a chance in the playing XI. Although Surya Kumar Yadav will be out of the team with the arrival of Ishan Kishan, it is difficult to say. Suriya may be seen playing at his old position in the middle order. However, Shreyas Iyer’s place in the team definitely seems to be in danger. After the first match, Shreyas Iyer’s bat did not work in the second match as well. When captain Rohit Sharma and Surya Kumar Yadav were dismissed early, it was the responsibility of the middle order to play carefully and recover the team from the initial setbacks. But Shreyas Iyer went on playing a small innings of 10 runs in 11 balls in this match. It is not only about this match, even before this Shreyas Iyer has been yearning to score runs for a long time.
Rohit and Bhuvneshwar Kumar
Not much change likely in bowling
As far as the bowling is concerned, Avesh Khan was given the last over in the second match, but he could not do his job properly. However, after the match, captain Rohit Sharma had defended him saying that if the new players are not given a chance then how will they show their skills, in such a situation it can be assumed that there will be no big change in the bowling. That is, the players who played in the second match can be seen playing here as well. But some changes can be seen in the batting. It has to be seen that when captain Rohit Sharma comes to the field for the toss, what does he say about the playing XI.
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