India vs West Indies 4th T20 Probable Playing XI Shreyas Iyer Avesh Khan Out Sanju Samson Harshal may get a chance

The fourth match of the 5 T20 match series between India and West Indies is to be played at the Central Broward Regional Park Stadium Turf Ground in Florida. In this series, Team India has maintained a 2-1 lead over the hosts and India’s eyes will be on capturing the series through this match to be played in the US. Rohit Sharma can make two big changes in the team for this. One change will be in batting and the other in bowling. Rohit will show the way out of the fourth T20 to those players whose performance has not been good in this series so far.

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These two players could be Shreyas Iyer and Avesh Khan. Shreyas Iyer has scored 0, 10 and 24 runs in three matches played in this series so far. Not that Iyer lost his wicket while trying to score quick runs in all three innings. His strikerate in all three innings has been less than 100.

On the other hand, the other dismissal could be Avesh Khan. Avesh Khan did not get a chance in the first T20, but when Rohit saw that the fast bowlers were getting help in the Windies, he gave Avesh Khan a chance in place of Ravi Bishnoi from the second T20. Avesh Khan conceded 31 runs in 2.2 overs in the second T20 and became the reason for Team India’s defeat in the last over, while in the third T20 this bowler spent 47 runs in 3 overs at an economy of 15.70.

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Because of this, in the fourth T20, Rohit Sharma can play a master stroke by giving Sanju Samson and Harshal Patel a chance in place of Shreyas Iyer and Avesh Khan. Samson has been brought into the team as a replacement for KL Rahul. The player has scored 39, 18 and 77 runs in his last three T20 matches. This was the only half-century innings that came against Ireland with his bat.

On the other hand, talking about Harshal Patel, he is considered a wicket-taking option due to the diversity in his bowling. There is talk in the corridors of cricket that he is also set to play the T20 World Cup, so Rohit can give this player a chance before the Asia Cup.

India’s Probable Playing XI vs West Indies, 4th T20 – Rohit Sharma, Suryakumar Yadav, Shreyas Iyer/Sanju Samson, Rishabh Pant, Hardik Pandya, Deepak Hooda, Dinesh Karthik, R Ashwin, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Avesh Khan/Harshal Patel, Arsdeep Singh


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