India vs South Africa 3rd T20I: Rishabh Pant And Co. Hope To Return To Winning Ways

India vs South Africa 3rd T20I: Rishabh Pant And Co. Hope To Return To Winning Ways

After a 2-0 lead in the five-match home series, the third T20I match against South Africa will be a do-or-die match for In Blue at the Dr. YSR ACA VDCA Cricket Stadium in Visakhapatnam on Tuesday. India have not yet clicked as a complete unit in both the matches. Although it was bowling that cost them the first and second matches in the last ten overs, the batting line-up failed to replicate the success of the first match.

Opener Raturaj Gaikwad Will have to find the form. It is important that he finds the form for his team as well as his place. Ishan Kishan He has been very good in both the matches and will be looking forward to continue his pace in the third game as well.

Captain and vice-captain رشبھ پنت And Hardik Pandya You have to lead from the front and show your attacking intent while batting as they did in the first game. ‘Finisher’ Dinesh Karthik You will also have to fire from Get Go to take your team to a great score and seal your place in the team.

As far as bowling is concerned, fast bowling has improved a lot in the second T20I. Bhuvneshwar Kumar The power play was absolutely magical and he would have to replicate his bravery to give his team an early start. اویش خان Although wicketless was economical. Herschel Patel It was also economical and took an important wicket Heinrich Klaassen In the second match. The pace attack will have to be economical with the ball and will also have to take regular wickets. Hardik Pandya will also be looking forward to getting wickets while contributing to the bat.

Spinners will have to step up for India. Akshar Patel And Yuzwinder Chahal Were extremely expensive. In the first match, Chahal’s economy rate was 12 while Akshar’s economy rate was 10. The figures did not improve in the second match either, as Chahal’s economy rate was 12.20 while Akshar’s economy rate was 19.00 after the over. They have to help their team take important wickets in the middle overs and help the team maintain the momentum of early power play. It is also important that the Death Bowling Attack has the opportunity to showcase its best skills.

On the other hand, South Africa is on a roll. They have not lost a game against Man in Blue in any format this year and they look forward to continuing it. The Proteas will also have in mind to win another series and continue their good run in India.

South Africa’s batting will have to find ways to deal with Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who could prove fatal in the power play. If Quentin de Cock’s injury is serious, it will be difficult for SA to move forward without a key batsman in the power play.

Captain Temba Booma And Raza Hendricks More important contributions will have to be made going forward, although Bauma had a strong partnership with Henrik Klaassen in the second match. In the absence of the team’s primary wicket-keeper, Klaassen will also look forward to making the most of the chances he gets with both gloves and willow. David Miller And Rassie Van Der Dussen will have to score as he did in the first game.

The speed of all three Kagiso Rabada., Wayne Parnell, Enrich Nortje In the third match, they will be waiting for the fire to breathe again and stop the flow of India’s run at its own pace. Spinners Keshu Maharaj And Tabriz Shamsi improved in the second match and will look to keep things that way to help the Proteas win the series in the third tie.


India’s T20I squad: Rishbh Pant (captain) (wicket), Hardik Pandya (vice-captain), Raturaj Gaikwad, Ishan Kishan, Deepak Hooda, Shriyas AyreDanish Kartak (wk) Venkatesh AyreYuzwinder Chahal, Akshar Patel, Ravi BishnoiBhuvneshwar Kumar, Herschel Patel, Owais Khan, Arshdeep Singh, Imran Malik

South Africa squad: Temba Bauma (c), Quentin de CockReeza Hendricks, Heinrich Klaasen, Keshav Maharaj, Eden MarkramDavid Miller, لنگی نگیڈیEnrich Nortje, Van Parnell, Dwayne PretoriusKagiso Rabada, Tabriz Shamsi, Tristan Stubbs, Rossi van der Dawson, Marco Johnson.

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