IND vs SA 2021-22 Team India ready to create history, full guarantee of victory!

IND vs SA 2021-22: After winning the home T20 and Test series against New Zealand, Team India has now reached South Africa for 3 Test matches starting from 26 December. The Indian team has to play a series of 3 Tests and 3 ODIs. Team India has not yet been suitable to win the Test series on the home of South Africa. Still, this time the Indian team has a great chance to create history.

In the last 2 times, the performance of the Indian team on foreign pitches has been veritably good. Team India has won 2 test series in Australia during this period. The Indian team also won a spectacular palm in the recent Test series with England.

Looking at this performance of the team, it seems that Team India will break the chain of not winning the series in South Africa this time. In view of the new variant Omicron of Covid-19, it was decided to play Test and ODI series between the two countries (IND vs SA), while it has been decided to hold the T20 series latterly.

South Africa pitch has always been helpful for fast bowlers. In such a situation (IND vs SA) series, Jasprit Bumrah will have a tough challenge for the South African batsmen. Since the appearance of Bumrah, there has been a lot of enhancement in the performance of the Indian platoon on foreign pitches.

After this, along with Mohammad Shami and Ishant Sharma, talented bowlers like Umesh Yadav, Mohammad Siraj, and Shardul Thakur give a different kind of strength to the team. South Africa captain Dean Elgar has also described the Indian bowling line-up as veritably grueling. They said,

“His strength at the moment is his bowling. We’re also veritably apprehensive of this. They’ve had a lot of success as a bowling unit. They’ve veritably good bowlers who lead the attack. I suppose being in South Africa their bowlers will take advantage of the conditions.”

Along with bowling, Team India also has a lot of depth. Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara have played veritably good innings in South Africa.

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