IND vs. ENG, 3rd ODI: Strategic change could be on the maps for India in a decisive series against England – Review

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The Indian cricket team may want to reconsider its pattern for over 50 as it takes pieces from Friday’s carnage in order to complete a hat-trick of a series of victories against England in the third and final ODI here on Sunday.

During the beating of belts offered at Gahundje Stadium, England hit a staggering 20 sixes in a chase of 337 people, which turned into a cake thanks to the clumsy spinning bowling Kuldeep yadav and Crowned Panda.

He had never had a captain before They grow kohli missed Ravindra Jadeja as much as he would have on Friday when Johnny Beirstov and Ben Stokes pulled mickey from India’s left wrist and orthodox frontier.

In the bowling department, Culdip wrote an unwanted record when he gave up six sixes, most of them Indian bowling. He ran 84 tracks in the second game after giving 64 tracks in the first. And so did Krunal Pandya, who gave 72 runs in six overs with a disturbing average of 12 for overs.

So, in all likelihood, the duo can be replaced by a foot Yuzvendra sighed and Washington Sundar, which can also be plugged in with a bat if needed.

From the team’s point of view, it would be impossible to ignore the inclusion of Yuzvendra Chahal in player XI, although Haryana’s spinners are not in the best shape.

Pandia Sr. would still reach the team for his beating skills, but the excuse of turning his left hand certainly ensured that he would not be seen as a long-term option.

In terms of watts, a total of 337 is certainly not bad by any standards, but perhaps India can now pursue a strategic change in the inning process.

The Men in Blue are the only team to always believe in acceleration in the last 15 overs, a pattern set by their famous former captain Mahendra Singh Doni.

This has worked in most cases, but recently England with a world title has shown the world that attacking from the front on the track is the way forward.

You can just help Rishabh Pant and Hardik Pandya with their brand powerful strokes change the course of inning in the rear 10.

Skipper Virat Koli, who achieved two consecutive results of 50 plus, would like to wear his form and turn the beginning into a really big amount and end the drought of the century.

However, the skipper made it clear that he was not looking in stages.

“I’ve never played for the 100s in my life, I probably ended up getting so much in so little time.”

“It’s all about contributing to the team’s cause. If the team doesn’t win when you get three numbers, it doesn’t mean anything. You won’t sit back at the end of your career and look at the numbers, it’s more about how you played the game. “

For protocol, its last century came in August 2019 in this format.

Hardick will continue to play the role of finisher, but the question remains as to what kind of load management is going on, given that he has rarely bowled, except for a few overs in the recently completed T20 International.

On the move, while India will move forward with the tip of the spear Bhuvneshwar kumar, they could try to enter with the left hand and york specialist T Natarajan, in case they want to rest Shardul Thakur for the game.

Also, there may be a choice between Mohamed Siraj and Prasid Krishna, although Prasid’s pace is an advantage for the hosts.

Meanwhile, England will be strengthened by their performance on Friday and the biggest positive result will be the return of the form of Ben Stokes, who otherwise fought many times throughout the tour.

Come on Sunday, we’ll see if India wins the game, it couldn’t be a better gift on the eve of the Holly Colors Festival.

Teams (from):

India: Virat Kohli (captain), Rohit Sharma (Deputy Captain), Shikhar davan,, Shubman Gil, Suryakumar Yadav, Hardik Pandya, Rishabh Pant (goalkeeper at the door), KL Rahul (goalkeeper of the door), Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldiyap Yadav, Krunal Pandya, Washington Sundar, T Natarajan, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Miss Siraj, Prasid Krishna, Shardul Thakur.

England: Mouen Ali, Johnny Beirstow, Sam Billings, Joss Butler (Captain), Sam Quran, Tom Quran, Liam Livingstone, Matt Parkinson, Adil Rashid, Jason Roy, Ben Stokes, Reese Topley, Mark Wood, David Malan. Covers: Jake Ball, Chris Jordan.

The match starts at 13:30.



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