Dinesh Karthik vs Rishabh Pant is the dilemma that the Indian team management is currently facing.
India and England with equal amounts of firepower will be vying for a spot in the final when they meet at the Adelaide Oval in the second semifinal of the T20 World Cup.
As per Hussain, both the openers of Men in Blue – Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul are opening in an ‘old fashioned’ way.
Former South African cricketer AB de Villiers is confident that India will lift the T20 World Cup this year.
Buttler hailed Rohit’s leadership skills by calling him tactically very good.
ICC has formulated certain rules and regulations to ensure that games are completed despite rain disruptions.
A couple of problems could prove to be Men in Blue’s stumbling blocks in the semifinal encounter.
Rohit, Kohli and Dravid gave up their business class seats on the flight from Melbourne to Adelaide to pace bowlers Mohammed Shami, Arshdeep Singh and Bhuvneshwar Kumar, so that they could travel comfortably.
Rohit Sharma was hit by a rising delivery of sidearm thrower Raghu.
For cricket buffs across the globe it will be a massive day if both India and Pakistan manage to emerge victorious in their respective semifinal matches and in the process enter the summit clash.
Meanwhile, India, on six points in their kitty, qualified automatically to the top four spot ahead of their last group encounter against Zimbabwe
While India have survived scares against Pakistan and Bangladesh, they will be fully aware that Zimbabwe can't be taken lightly.
The circumstances have led to chaotic situations from the semifinals qualification perspective.
As per many experts, Rohit Sharma-led team is not concentrating on their basic fielding techniques.
Whenever India needed him in any crunch encounter, Arshdeep Singh has delivered.