In order to bolster Team India’s bowling attack, the team management will have to ensure that Bumrah’s work load is managed well.
Former England captain Nasser Hussain feels it’s not the players but the mindset of the Men in Blue that needs to change.
The Indian board wants the Captain Cool, who has the experience of winning ICC titles, back in the fold in some capacity.
The side will go through an overhaul, including a change at the top order.
As per Hussain, both the openers of Men in Blue – Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul are opening in an ‘old fashioned’ way.
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.
Meanwhile, India, on six points in their kitty, qualified automatically to the top four spot ahead of their last group encounter against Zimbabwe
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.
Sourav Ganguly is hopeful that the Men in Blue have it in them to reach the summit clash.
Following the snub, a disappointed Shaw posted a cryptic note on his Instagram Story minutes after the squads were announced.
As per many cricket experts, India should stick with Rahul at the top despite his successive failures.
Former captain Kapil Dev feels that loopholes were still visible in the Rohit Sharma-led side.
Former Pakistani express fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar said that he expects the Indian team to bow out of the tournament next week in the semifinals stage.
As per Vikramjit, the clash against India is the biggest match of his international career.
Former explosive Indian batsman Virender Sehwag has posted a cryptic tweet in which he has praised the Indian hospitality over the Western Countries.
After a thrilling win against arch-rivals Pakistan, India will take on Netherlands in their second match of the T20 World Cup 2022 at Sydney Cricket Ground on Thursday.
Pandya had been one of the main architects in India’s thrilling four-wicket victory over Pakistan.
With the hype and grand celebration after beating Pakistan, complacency could creep in at the cost of Team India’s peril.
In absence of experienced pacer Jasprit Bumrah and other pacers including Bhuvneshwar Kumar struggling with indifferent form, spinners have an important role to play in the middle overs.
It will be the middle order comprising of Suryakumar Yadav, Hardik Pandya and either Rishabh Pant or Dinesh Karthik that will hold the key to Team India’s title hopes.
The aggressive opener revealed how they are going to approach every match irrespective of the stage.
Though cricket is a team game, India bank on those proven match winners to make an impact in the mega event.
As per the former all-rounder, Team India have to develop their fielding standard to make any mark in T20 World Cup.
Team India players had an off-day as they went for sight-seeing at Rottnest Island.
As far as India is concerned, their hopes will definitely rest on their batting prowess.
The Men in Blue have to fight many odds strategically to get the desired result in the T20 World Cup 2022.
The attacking southpaw got this name 'Gabbar' much before he started playing for the Men in Blue
Opting to bowl in the rain-hit 40-over-a-side game, India started on the right note reducing South Africa to 110 for 4 in 22.4 overs before David Miller and Heinrich Klaasen hit strokeful half-centuries to guide South Africa to 249 for 4.
Team India's Early Departure For Australia For ICC Men's T20 World Cup
The former Skipper said that no one wants to misfield or drop a catch in an international match.
The video soon garnered nearly a million likes within a small span of time. Fans and several other cricketers showered likes and the comment box got flooded with praises.
India scored all their three goals from penalty corners with Vandana finding the net twice, while Gurjit Kaur fired in a fierce drag-flick on Saturday.
After recording an easy win in a group stage match earlier in the day, the Indian women's team lost to Malaysia in the last-eight stage. Batra won one singles match and lost the other as the Indian team made a pre-mature exit from the tournament.
Players, who were supposed to travel to the West Indies, assembled and took a chartered flight, not a commercial one. As a result, the BCCI spent a hefty amount on a flight from Manchester to Port of Spain.
Sharma said it was an all-round show from the first ball, but lamented his players were ‘sloppy’ while fielding.
After missing the rescheduled fifth Test against England at Birmingham due to Covid-19, the 35-year-old is now fit and fine to lead India in the T20I series against England, beginning on Thursday. Having trained for three straight days in Birmingham, Sharma linked up with the rest of the group on Tuesday afternoon.
Both Hardik Pandya and Dinesh Karthik having joined the forces has added greater depth to India's T20I batting line-up.
Excitement among fans has reached the zenith as both India and South Africa teams arrived in Bhubaneswar ahead of their crucial T20 international match.