Second T20 Match, Change In India’s Playing Eleven and Australia’s playing eleven: Ind vs Aus 2nd T20I Match Probable Playing XI.
The second match of the three-match T20 series between hosts Australia and India will be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground tomorrow i.e. Sunday 6 December.
Both India and Australia are important in terms of teams. However, for the Kangaroo team, it will be a do or die match, because if India wins the second T20 match then Australia will lose the T20 series.
The Indian team, who beat Australia 2–1 in the ODI series, has a chance to win the T20 series. With which 11 players can the Indian team take the field in the second match of the series.
It is important for you to know about this also. Certainly, the Indian team will have to make changes in the playing eleven, as Ravindra Jadeja is out of the T20 series due to injury.
Although Yuzvendra Chahal did well as his concussion substitute, will he now be a part of the playing XI? It will be a sight to see
The Indian team will also enter the second match of the T20 series as the opening pair of Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul.
Captain Kohli himself will take over the responsibility of number three batsman. Sanju Samson at number four and Manish Pandey at number five can be seen again.
In such a situation, Shreyas Iyer will have to sit out, while at number 6 will be Hardik Pandya as the finisher.
The all-rounder will have to play Washington Sundar like Jadeja this time, while there will also be a look at how Virat includes Jasprit Bumrah in the playing XI.
At present, Yuzvendra Chahal can be replaced in place of Jadeja in the bowling department, while pacers Mohammad Shami, T Natarajan and Deepak Chahar may be included in the playing XI again.
In such a situation, will Jasprit Bumrah have to sit out again or will Mohammed Shami be given rest for the Test series. On the other hand, there is no big confusion in front of Australia.
The bus team will be expected to contribute a bit from the middle order. The team’s all-rounder and bowler are also in rhythm.
India’s potential playing eleven
Shikhar Dhawan, KL Rahul (wicketkeeper), Virat Kohli (captain), Sanju Samson, Manish Pandey, Hardik Pandya, Washington Sundar, Yuzvendra Chahal, Mohammed Shami, T Natarajan and Deepak Chahar.
Australia’s possible playing eleven
Aaron Finch (captain), Darcy Short, Steve Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Matthew Wade (wicketkeeper), Moses Heinrichs, Sean Abbott, Andrew Tye, Mitchell Swepson, Adam Jumpa and Josh Hazlewood.