Rahul Tripathi can replace these 3 players in the playing 11 in the T20 cricket for India

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Indian team won the T20 series against Sri Lanka by 2-1 and a few of the young players have shown their talent in this series as the main players were rested for this series. Hardik Pandya lead the side in the absence of Rohit Sharma and did the job perfectly.

Rahul Tripathi made his debut in this series in the second match of the series. He was not able to perform in the second match as he got out early but he played a quick amazing knock in the third match where he scored 35 runs in just 16 balls and smashed a few good boundaries. He can replace these 3 players in the playing 11.

1. Shubman Gill:

Shubman Gill also made his debut in this series but it was a disappointing performance for him in this series. He just scored an average of 19 runs with a strike rate of 119 and he smashed 58 runs in these 3 matches. He didn’t perform that well in this series and Tripathi can replace him.

2. KL Rahul:

KL Rahul is the opener of the T20 team and was the vice-captain but he has been removed from the vice-captain. He is going through a very rough patch at this point. He is getting trolled by everybody in this internet world and maybe he can lose his place in the playing 11 and Rahul Tripathi can replace him.

3. Ishan Kishan:

The third player on this list is Ishan Kishan who is having a lot of capability and can play fearless cricket in any format and can win matches in any situation. However, he has not been able to perform well in the T20I and he can be replaced by Rahul Tripathi.

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