IND vs AUS: Steve Smith Will Give Entry To Team India’s Enemy In The Second ODI! Australia Can Land With This Playing-XI
IND vs AUS: After losing the Test series 2-1, Australia has also faced a crushing defeat in the first match of the 3 match series played at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Australia, who batted first in the match, made a good start but after 20 overs, the Australian batting disintegrated in front of the Indian bowlers. Barring Mitchell Marsh (81 runs), none of the Australian batsmen could face the bowlers of Team India.
Australia, who were reduced to 188 runs, were defeated by 5 wickets on the basis of KL Rahul’s unbeaten 75 and Ravindra Jadeja’s unbeaten 45 and 108 runs for the sixth wicket between them for the sixth wicket. Changes are possible in Australia’s playing XI for the second ODI after the defeat.
This player will open with Mitchell Marsh :
Mitchell Marsh was successful as an opener in the first ODI, but Travis Head, who came with him, was dismissed by Siraj after scoring only 5 runs. Head’s leaf can be cut in the second ODI and the responsibility of opening can be given by including regular opener David Warner in the team.
No change in middle order:
Captain Steve Smith will come to bat at number three while Marnus Labushen will come at number four. Josh English will be sent to bat at number five. All these three batsmen could not do anything special in the last match, but there is no possibility of them being out of the playing XI in the second match.
Expectation from Green, Maxwell and Stoinis:
Cameron Green, Maxwell and Stoinis strengthen the Australian playing XI. These three players have the ability to turn the match in favor of Australia on the basis of their stormy batting and excellent bowling. That’s why it is decided to play Green, Maxwell and Stoinis in the second ODI as well.
Fast bowling is Australia’s strength. Australia’s fast bowlers had put Team India in trouble by dropping 5 wickets for 83 in the first ODI. Therefore, like the first ODI, only Mitchell Starc and Sheen Abbott will handle the fast bowling in the second ODI. Zampa will be the only spinner in the single playing.
Australia Probable Playing XI:
David Warner, Mitchell Marsh, Steve Smith, Marnus Labuschagne, Josh English, Cameron Green, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Mitchell Starc, Sean Abbott, Adam Zampa
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