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Editor’s Pick ( T20): India - Australia

Series tied. India won the first T20 and Australia won the second. The third match will be the decider. You have to admit, it is a lot of fun when the entire tournament depends on one match. The last and final match of the series at that.
Let’s take a look at how India did lose the second one. Considering the fact that India was on a roll, they were the favourites, weren’t they?
The second T20 saw Australia beat India by 8 wickets. Jason was the man. Anyone who had him in their lineup walked away with high points on the app. Did you? I for sure didn’t. Moises Henriques also did very well. And Travis Head. Shri Shri did and he won the top points.

The third match is in Hyderabad. Considering the fact that it is a flat wicket and tends to slow down as the game progresses, would spinners be a better choice? This is the first T20 of this ground. David Warner and Shikhar Dhawan know this place pretty well. Put in your spinners. The Aussies are not very good at tackling them.

One option
Batsmen
Virat Kohli
Rohit Sharma
Aaron Finch
Bowlers
Jasprit Bumrah
Bhuvaneshwar Kumar
Kuldeep Yadav
Nathan Coulter Nile
KW Richardson
All-Rounders
Glenn Maxwell
Hardik Pandya
Wicket-Keeper
MS Dhoni

Second lineup
Batsmen
David Warner
Shikhar Dhawan
Rohit Sharma
Virat Kohli
Aaron Finch
Bowlers
Jasprit Bumrah
Bhuvaneshwar Kumar
Jason Behrendorff
Kuldeep Yadav
All-Rounder
Hardik Pandya
Wicket-Keeper
Tim Paine

Let’s hope India wins the series.
Indu
P.S. Please note that the above-expressed opinions are purely the Editor’s. We do not take responsibility, nor can we guarantee the performance of the players. All the best !!!





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