Ind Vs SA: Improvements will still have to be made in this area or else, again ‘opportunity’ will go by hand…

New Delhi | Ind Vs SA : This time the T20 World Cup is going to happen again only after a very short interval. The reason behind this is that last time the event was delayed due to the corona pandemic, so this time the interval has become very small. India has definitely defeated Australia in the series before, but still India needs to improve in many areas. With the three-match series against South Africa starting on Wednesday, the Indian team will look to improve their death overs bowling and give good practice to the batsmen ahead of the T20 World Cup.

Ind Vs SA : There is no doubt that even in the series played against Australia after the Asia Cup, the Indian team failed to stop runs in the last over. No bowler of the Indian team was able to create problems for the batsmen in front. After winning the series, Indian captain Rohit Sharma said that there is a need to improve the death bowling. However, against South Africa, the Indian team will miss its two key bowlers Hardik Pandya and Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who have been rested ahead of the T20 World Cup. On the other hand, Mohammed Shami has not yet recovered from the corona infection and he will not be able to play all three matches.

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Ind Vs SA : Standby Deepak Chahar for the World Cup did not get a chance in the last series and can now play three matches if the fast bowlers are rotated. Arshdeep Singh will be expected to perform well in the slog overs, who will support Jasprit Bumrah. Yuzvendra Chahal bowled well on the turning pitch in the third match after the pitch remained flat in the first two matches against Australia. Keeping in mind the pitches of Australia, Chahal will go with the intention of improving his performance.
Rohit Sharma has talked about giving a chance to all the players before the World Cup, so R Ashwin can be dropped in the playing XI.

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