Third T20I Predicted XI for India vs. England: Will Team India Experiment?
So the visitors took a 2-0 lead after winning the second T20I by 49 runs after winning the opening T20I by 50 runs.
Under Rohit Sharma’s leadership, the Indian cricket team has won yet another series. So the visitors secured a decisive 2-0 series lead after winning the first T20I by 50 runs and the second T20I by 49 runs. India made four changes for the second T20I, including the inclusion of veterans Virat Kohli, Rishabh Pant, Jasprit Bumrah, and Ravindra Jadeja in the starting XI. The team management would be tempted to try a few more things in the final game, though, given that the T20I World Cup is only over three months away.
The expected lineup for the third T20I is as follows:
So the captain, Rohit Sharma, looked fluid as he amassed 31 runs off 20 balls. He made three fours and two sixes. He might not want to relax once again after skipping the fifth test.
Rishabh Pant: He was given the opportunity to start the second T20I as the opener. The team management may try to offer him more opportunities in this capacity.
Virat Kohli: So the will be put to the test. He was dismissed for one in the second T20 as his slump persisted. He might wish to wrap up the series successfully.
Suryakumar Yadav: Despite only scoring 15 in the second T20I, Suryakumar Yadav is unlikely to be dropped.
Hardik Pandya: He gave the team balance, and the management might want to use him more frequently as an all-around player.
Ravindra Jadeja:In the second T20I, Ravindra Jadeja led all scorers with an undefeated 46. The spin all-arounder balances out the team as well.
Dinesh Karthik: So the winner will probably play in the third T20I as well, trying to establish himself as a contender for the T20 World Cup.
Umran Malik/Harshal Patel: Although Harshal Patel had efficient stats in the first two games, Umran Malik is a talented player who deserves a chance as well.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar: The seasoned player helped Team India win both games by facilitating powerplay breakthroughs. He has taken four wickets so far in two games.
Jasprit Bumrah: Arshdeep Singh was replaced by Bumrah in the starting XI after Bumrah was rested for the first T20I. He had an immediate effect, picking up two wickets to put India in the lead.
Yuzvendra Chahal: With each game that goes by, the leg spinner gains more self-assurance. He has taken four wickets thus far, only giving up 42 runs.
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