India vs South Africa 2nd T20I: Uncertainties galore for Team India | Cricket News
GUWAHATI: With the match scheduled in between Durga Puja, traffic in the city here, and around Barsapara Cricket Stadium in particular, ahead of the second T20 International match between India and South Africa, has been blocked congestion. The situation is quite similar to the situation of the Indian team at the moment.
With the upcoming T20 World Cup just two weeks away, the ongoing series with a visit to South Africa is a step in preparation for the big ticket event, regardless of the outcome of the bilateral series. However, as India is hoping to get the team together right before the ICC meeting, Jasosystem BumrahThe trauma of adding to the growing instability.
The yorker king’s absence would certainly hurt the Indian cause if he didn’t end up boarding a flight to Australia. His death bowling match is certain to be missed as he has struggled with a few injury concerns.
However, the Men in Blue will be eager to leave uncertainty and chaos about Bumrah’s readiness for the showcase event behind when they arrive in South Africa, stuttering with top shots, at the track. Barsapara on Sunday night. It was Gandhi Jayanti as well as Saptami.
Much has been said about KL Rahul’s strike rate in the innings in the first game in Thiruvananthapuram but the Indian vice-captain was back at least among the games. However, the eyes will be on the male form Suryakumar Yadavfamously known as SKY, not only for its initials but also for its ability to hit at will.
Regular captain Rohit Sharma conspicuous by his absence at the practice session and it is learned from close sources that Killer to the city only on Saturday morning for personal reasons. He will be eager to return among the runs with the former captain Virat kohli as both missed their chance to score in the low-scoring first game.
In bowling, Arshdeep Singh looked ferocious with his bowling stitch in the previous game but Barsapara track is unlikely to provide that kind of movement. Historically, it has been on the slower side and has assisted spinners. But with shorter boundaries, things like Axar Patel and Ravichandran Ashwin will definitely be checked.
The Proteas smashers wrestled with the Indian seafarers in the series’ opening match, losing half of the side in just 9 runs in 2, 3 rounds. However, pacer Wayne Parnell defend his teammates that there is no need to panic about it.
“It’s just one of those things. It’s not a good T20 and they bowl really well, but our batters have been world class over the last couple of years, so no nothing to worry about,” Parnell said at the contest – press conference on Saturday. “We have to credit the Indian hunters. We’ll have to determine how to counter that in the second game.”
Regarding their preparations for WC T20, the left winger said, “Things have been very good for the past few months. We were here in June, then had a UK tour. Back here again before going to Australia.”