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4 reasons to believe in Indian team in the T20 competition

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The T20 competition starts very soon, and obviously we will root for our team. But we are sure that we have all the chances to win, and there are also reasons for that belief. It’s not a prediction or a tip (for this type of content visit https://bookmaker-ratings.com/), but an individual opinion. You can agree or disagree with that, anyways, please share with us your thoughts after reading the material. 

Reason #1 

Despite failing to reach the Asia Cup final after two straight defeats in the Super Four round, India hasn’t panicked and has opted to retain most of the players who traveled to the UAE. There were only three changes from the Asian Cup team, all of which were unavoidable.

Arshdeep Singh, who’d a nightmare in the first Super Four match against Pakistan, was given a long leash by India. With his pace as a left winger, the 23-year-old is a vital component to the pace attack and has the ability to beat Yorkers at the last moment.

Deepak Hooda and Dinesh Karthik are also traveling to Australia. Even though the Asia Cup has been shuffled, the two players could play an important role in next month’s big tournament.

Reason #2

With only a few positions available in the fast attack, Mohammad Shami and Deepak Chahar were placed on the standby list.

Shami received the support of many former players, including Ashish Nehra in the ICC review program, after an outstanding performance in the IPL. As coach of Gujarat Titans in this year’s IPL, Nehra took a close look at Shami, who took 20 wickets and an economy rate of 8 in 16 matches.

Last year, Shami was part of the World Cup team when he took six wickets in five matches at an economy rate of 8.84. This year, India has opted for new alternatives Harshal and Arshdeep.

Reason #3 

India prefers experience to youth. Yuzvendra Chahal and Axar Patel have been called up to India’s World Cup team. In the case of Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravi Bishnoi, India has given preference to experience over youth, with the latter on the standby list.

The decision to pick Ashwin because he’s the only finger-spinner at the top may not be so clear-cut. Bishnoi relies primarily on the googly and is able to pull the ball away from the left-hander with his angles, as his IPL and short international career show.

Ashwin can also play with the bat, which may have tipped the scales in his favour in the team’s selection.

Reason #4 

The returning tandem of Jasprit Bumrah and Harshal Patel are two of the three alterations from the Asia Cup lineup. With their comeback, the pace attack will be fully operational in time for the T20 World Cup.

Bumrah missed the Asia Cup in the United Arab Emirates due to back problems, while Harshal was out with a side strain. Both players were spotted rehabbing at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru and are fully healthy.

Rohit Sharma will have a well-rounded pace attack at the World Cup with Bumrah, Harshal, Arshdeep, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Hardik Pandya.

Let’s wish India great success. 

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