Predicted XI for the third T20I between India and England: Will Team India Experiment?
After winning the first T20I by 50 runs and the second T20I by 49 runs, the visitors seized a 2-0 lead.
The Indian cricket team has won another series under the direction of Rohit Sharma. The first T20I was won by the visitors by 50 runs, while the second T20I was won by them by 49 runs, giving them a commanding 2-0 series lead. For the second T20I, India made four changes, including starting XI alterations for veterans Virat Kohli, Rishabh Pant, Jasprit Bumrah, and Ravindra Jadeja. Given that the T20I World Cup is just over three months away, the team management might be inclined to attempt a few more things in the decisive game.
The following is the anticipated lineup for the third T20I:
Rohit Sharma, the skipper, appeared composed as he scored 31 runs off 20 balls. He hit two sixes and three fours. After skipping the fifth test, he could not want to unwind once again.
Rishabh Pant: He was given the chance to bat first in the second T20I. The team’s management might try to give him additional chances in this role.
Virat Kohli: So, they will be put to the test, says Virat Kohli. His slump lasted, and he was out for one in the second T20. He might want to successfully wrap up the series.
Despite scoring only 15 in the second T20I, Suryakumar Yadav is not expected to be benched.
Hardik Pandya: He provided the squad with balance, and the administration may want to use him more often as a versatile player.
Ravindra Jadeja: With an unbeaten 46 in the second T20I, Ravindra Jadeja was the top scorer overall. The spin all-arounder also helps the team maintain equilibrium.
Dinesh Karthik: In an effort to solidify himself as a contender for the T20 World Cup, the winner will likely participate in the third T20I as well.
Umran Malik vs. Harshal Patel: Umran Malik is a talented player who merits a chance as well, despite Harshal Patel’s effective stats in the first two games.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar: The seasoned veteran made it possible for Team India to score powerplay goals in both of their victories. In two games so far, he has four wickets.
Jasprit Bumrah: After resting for the first T20I, Bumrah took Arshdeep Singh’s place in the starting XI. He immediately made a difference, taking two wickets to give India the lead.
Yuzvendra Chahal: The leg spinner becomes more confident after each game. So far, he has only conceded 42 runs while taking four wickets.