India vs Australia: The second match of the three-match T20 series between India and Australia will be played in Nagpur from 7 pm today. For Team India, this match will be of ‘do or die’. The Indian team has lost the first T20 match to Australia in Mohali, after which if it wants to win this T20 series against Australia, then it will have to win the second and third consecutive T20 matches in Nagpur and Hyderabad.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s card to be cut in the second T20 match!
Bhuvneshwar Kumar is now causing defeat for Team India in most of the matches. Even in the first T20 match against Australia, Bhuvneshwar Kumar has lost the match to Team India due to his flop bowling. In such a situation, captain Rohit Sharma will drop Bhuvneshwar Kumar from the playing XI of the second T20 match. In the first T20 match against Australia, fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar proved to be the biggest villain of Team India’s defeat. Bhuvneshwar Kumar conceded 52 runs in 4 overs. Bhuvneshwar Kumar did not even get a wicket during this period. Bhuvneshwar Kumar was getting beaten up a lot in the first T20 match. After such poor bowling, it is almost impossible for Bhuvneshwar Kumar to get a chance in the second T20 match against Australia.
This dangerous player can replace Bhuvneshwar Kumar
In the second T20 match, captain Rohit Sharma can include fast bowler Deepak Chahar in the playing XI in place of Bhuvneshwar Kumar. This is because Team India has suffered the brunt of Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s poor bowling in the recent Asia Cup as well. Due to poor bowling of Bhuvneshwar Kumar, India failed to make it to the final of the Asia Cup this year.
This player specializes in sharp swing bowling
Deepak Chahar has played 9 ODIs and 21 T20 Internationals for Team India, in which he has taken 15 and 26 wickets respectively. Deepak Chahar is known for his sharp swing bowling in the powerplay. Deepak Chahar is an expert in taking wickets with the new ball.
This could be India’s playing XI in the second T20 match against Australia:
Rohit Sharma (Captain)
Dinesh Karthik (wicketkeeper)