New Delhi. The Indian team has put pressure on the opposing teams as soon as the T20 World Cup starts. Team India registered easy wins in both the practice matches. India first defeated England by 7 wickets and then Australia by 9 wickets. All India players are in good form. All these players are in UAE for almost 2 months. He is well aware of the pitch and the weather there. The Indian team will face Pakistan (India vs Pakistan) on Sunday 24 October in their first match of the tournament. From present to history, every figure is in favor of India. India has defeated Pakistan in all the 5 matches played so far in the T20 World Cup. Indian fans have high hopes from their team. Foreign cricketers like Inzamam-ul-Haq, Michael Vaughan, Brett Lee are also considering India as a strong contender for victory. The reason for this is that every player of the Indian team is a match winner. It can be understood in this way.
1. Virat Kohli (Captain): Team India captain Virat Kohli is the highest run-scorer in T20 Internationals. He has scored 3159 runs. Has played an innings of more than 50 runs 28 times. No other player in the world has touched the 3 thousand runs mark. In the recently concluded IPL 2021, Kohli scored 405 runs, which is proof of his being in rhythm. Kohli has scored 777 runs in T20 World Cup.
2. Rohit Sharma (Vice Captain): Rohit Sharma has shown his attitude by hitting 60 runs in 41 balls in the practice match against Australia. He has scored 2864 runs in T20 Internationals. Has scored the most 4 centuries. In IPL 2021 too, Rohit has scored 381 runs. Rohit has scored more than 650 runs in T20 World Cup.
3. KL Rahul: Opener batsman KL Rahul is one of the most dangerous batsmen in the world. They have the ability to turn the match in just a few overs. The beauty of KL is that get him to bat at any number, he fits into it. The icing on the cake is that Rahul is also in excellent form. In 13 matches of IPL 2021, he scored 626 runs at an average of 63. Strike rate is 139. After this, he played an innings of 51 and 39 runs in the practice match. Experts keeping a close eye on cricket are telling him the biggest match winner of the team.
4-Ishaan Kishan: Wicket-keeper batsman Ishan Kishan has scored 50 *, 84 and 70 * runs in the last 3 T20 matches respectively. This lad from Bihar scored 70 runs in 46 balls in the first practice match against England. Despite all this, Ishaan’s place in Team India’s playing XI does not seem to be made. This bench strength is the real strength of the Indian team. The player of this team who is seen sitting on the bench is also a match-winner and if given a chance, he can expose the opposition team.
5-Suryakumar Yadav: Middle-order batsman Suryakumar scored a brilliant 38 runs in the warm-up match against Australia. Suryakumar is called the ‘Mr 360 Degree’ player of India. The first reason for this is that they can shoot at any end of the field and the second reason is that they know how to bat in any order. He has got a chance to bat in only 3 innings of T20 International. He has scored more than 50 runs twice.
6-Rishabh Pant: Young wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant is one of the few wicketkeepers in the world, who plays in all three formats of cricket. Pant scored an unbeaten 29 in the first warm-up match. He did not land in the second match. In IPL 2021, he scored 3 half-centuries and also scored more than 400 runs. Pant, who has hit big shots, has shown fire in Australia, England to UAE as well.
7-Hardik Pandya- At this time most of the discussion is happening about Hardik Pandya. Even if he is not fit to bowl, but with the bat he can win the team. Hardik returned after giving victory to the team in both the practice matches. His strike rate in T20 International is 145, which is a problem for the opposing teams. What’s even better is that they seem to fill Dhoni’s lack of a finisher that every team needs.
8- Ravindra Jadeja: All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja gives the Indian team the balance that any team aspires to have. Ravindra Jadeja is probably the first all-rounder after Kapil Dev, from whom the team expects him to complete his spell as a bowler and then win matches even while batting. In IPL 2021, he scored 227 runs at a strike rate of 146 and also took 13 wickets. The left-arm spinner’s economy was only 7.
9-R Ashwin: Off-spinner R Ashwin bowled tight against England and took 2 wickets in 2 consecutive balls against Australia. He has taken more than 50 wickets in T20 Internationals. Economy is less than 7. He has taken more than 250 wickets in the overall T20. He is very dangerous against left handed batsmen.
10-Bhubaneswar Kumar: Fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar bowled brilliantly against Australia in the practice match and also took a wicket. He has taken more than 50 wickets in T20 Internationals and has an economy of less than 7. He is an expert in taking wickets with the new bowler.
11-Jasprit Bumrah: Jasprit Bumrah will be most important as a bowler in the T20 World Cup. He bowled brilliantly against England in the practice match. Talking about IPL 2021, this fast bowler took 21 wickets in 14 matches. Strike rate was 16. He has taken 59 wickets in T20 Internationals and has an economy of 6.66.
12-Mohammed Shami: Senior fast bowler Mohammed Shami took 3 wickets against England in the first warm-up match. Talking about IPL 2021, he took 19 wickets in 14 matches. The strike rate was 17. They are in excellent form at the moment. He will be an important link of the team in the World Cup.
13-Varun Chakraborty: Mystery spinner Varun Chakraborty didn’t get much chance in the practice match. But they are coming well in IPL 2021. He took 18 wickets in 17 matches. He gave away runs at an economy of only 6.58. In his short career, he has done a great job so far.
14-Shardul Thakur: Due to his excellent performance, Shardul Thakur later got a place in the World Cup team. He took 21 wickets in 16 matches in IPL 2021 and played an important role in making CSK the champions. He has taken more than 140 wickets in the overall T20. He is considered to be a good all-rounder like Hardik Pandya.
15- Rahul Chahar: Leg spinner Rahul Chahar took a wicket each against both England and Australia. He took 13 wickets in 11 matches of IPL 2021. Economy stood at 7.39. This young bowler has taken more than 80 wickets in the overall T20. He is adept at dodging the batsmen at his own pace on a slow pitch.