Having done extremely well in the last two matches on all fronts not only to trounce their hapless opponents, India will enter the third and final ODI knowing full well that the script is unlikely to change. Harare Sports Complex on Monday.
This will give the visiting team another chance to experiment keeping in mind next year’s ODI World Cup.
stand-in skipper KL Rahul Has done well enough to keep the players motivated enough to go out in the middle, grab the opportunity with both hands and cement their place in a team that is ready for big battles to come.
No doubt they haven’t faced the kind of test that would have helped them grow as cricketers, but those who want to run longer at the top level certainly won’t mind the experience .
If the 161 all out in the second game is any evidence, the home team is looking to fix their batting woes quickly, while the bowlers have also not been able to trouble the Indian batting line-up, which has some top ODIs. Players in your rank. For proof, one can take a look at Shikhar Dhawan’s stats in the 50-over format.
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The extremely talented Shubman Gill should not be satisfied with what he has achieved on the tour so far, and will certainly give the Zimbabwe bowlers another chance.
The move to promote himself upwards in the second match didn’t work, but that won’t stop Rahul from trying one more time.
His stay at the crease in the second ODI lasted just nine balls as he could only score one run off five balls.
In the absence of front-line bowlers, this attack has done very well and has shown what it is capable of, and the quality of the opposition has failed to undermine the efforts of committed people like Deepak Chahar, Mohammad Siraj, Shardul Thakur, the famous there is no reason. Krishna and Akshar Patel.
Among the batsmen, if Ishan Kishan gets another chance to bat, he will try to beat the failure of the second game with a good innings.
Zimbabwe could have narrowed the margin of defeat in the second ODI after a 10-wicket loss in the first match of the series, but they will have to put in all their strength to ensure a better result.
Even that may not be enough for the troubled hosts, but they will do well to promote Sikandar Raza and Sean Williams, who are Zimbabwe’s best batsmen for quite some time now.
India: KL Rahul (c), Shikhar Dhawan (vc), Ruturaj Gaikwad, Shubman Gill, Deepak Hooda, Rahul Tripathi, Ishan Kishan (wk), Sanju Samson (wk), Shardul Thakur, Kuldeep Yadav, Axar Patel, Avesh Khan, Prasidh Krishna, Mohd Siraj, Deepak Chahar, Shahbaz Ahmed
Zimbabwe: Regis Chakabwa (captain), Ryan Burle, Tanaka Chiwanga, Bradley Evans, Luke Jongwe, Innocent Kaya, Takudzwanashe Caetano, Clive Madande, Wesley Madhevere, Tadiwanashe Marumani, John Massara, Tony Munyonga, Richard Sikander Nyagarwa, Victor Sikandar Nyagarwa. Milton Shumba, Donald Tiripano