India vs England: Rohit Sharma And Co Look To Carry T20 Template Into ODIs

India vs England: Rohit Sharma And Co Look To Carry T20 Template Into ODIs

India will not go ball ball with one ball but the batsmen are expected to adopt a fearless style from the shortest format to ODIs when the three-match series against England starts on Tuesday. India’s high-risk game helped them win the series against England and considering that ODIs have become an extension of the shortest format, captain Rohit Sharma sees no reason for his team to do so. We have to step back from the point of view.

England redefined the way ODI cricket is played and their dominant run ended with the 2019 World Cup trophy. It would not be an exaggeration to say that India’s latest approach to small formats is influenced by the English template.

These three games will be just 50 overs in which India will play before the T20 World Cup, but Rohit emphasized that they are still very important.

“All matches are important to us. We can’t play thinking that ODIs are not a priority, but we have to keep in mind the workload of each player. We will make changes but our ultimate goal is to win the match. We are not. Will leave That thinking is behind it, “Rohit said after the third T20 in Nottingham on Sunday.

“For us, the goal is to understand white ball cricket, how to play, new people are playing. 50 overs is an extension of T20, you may take less risk in ODIs than in T20 cricket but you have to take it. The team will hold an optional training session at the Oval with immediate turnaround time between the T20 and ODI series.

For someone like that شیکھر دھونFor someone who plays only one format and will captain the team in the West Indies, it will be a challenge to counter the attack of England with the word go.

However, Southpaw has found ways to stay permanent, whether they are playing ODIs for India or the IPL. More than a billion people were waiting. Virat Kohli I had to get the form in T20 but it didn’t happen.

Adopting the team’s new style, he had a hard time getting through the first ball but the ODI series will give them a lot of time to get back to their best. He showed off his rare talents on Sunday and will be hoping to score more runs in all three games.

India’s conscious effort to play aggressively will not always be good but the team management is ready to stay with it. Rohit also talked about the biggest takeaway to win the T20 series.

“The biggest benefit has been the perspective of everyone who has played this series. How they took advantage of this extra risk, took advantage of the opportunity, and enjoyed the moment in between.

“The mindset is something we’re trying to change and I think that’s the biggest benefit from all the players. They’re willing to do that, they’re willing to take that risk. And I I hear the same kind of response from them, this is the biggest way.

“Obviously, in doing so, the results will go here and there. We are looking at the bigger picture and we will make some mistakes to get it,” he said.

This will be Butler’s first ODI series since taking over as Whiteball captain. Evan Morgan. After the disappointment in T20, the host team will be eager to return strongly.

Butler himself will be trying to make the big score he has known so far after failing in the T20.

England will be strengthened by the return of their star players. Ben Stokes, Joe Root And Johnny BarstowThe hero of the host team’s Birmingham Test win.

While Root did not play T20, Stokes and Barstow were rested after a historic victory in the scheduled fifth Test.

Troops: Jose Butler (C) Moin AliJonathan Barstow, Harry Brooke, Bryden Cars, سم کرن, Liam LivingstoneCraig Overton, Matthew Parkinson, Joe Root, Jason RoyPhil Salt, Ben Stokes, Race basket, David Willie.

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India ODI squad for 3 ODIs: Rohit Sharma (C), Shekhar Dhawan, Ishan KishanVirat Kohli, Surya Kumar Yadav, Shriyas Iyer, رشبھ پنت (Saturday), Hardik Pandya, Ravinder Jadeja, Shardul Thakur, Yuzwinder Chahal, Akshar PatelJay Bamrah, پرسدھ کرشنا۔Mohammad Shami, Mohammad Siraj, Arshdeep Singh.

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