A total of 17 T20 matches have been played between India and South Africa so far. Out of this, Team India has won nine matches and South Africa has won eight matches. South Africa’s record is even better on Indian soil.
The third match of the five-match T20 series between India and South Africa will be played today. The match will be played at Dr. YS Raj Shekhara Reddy Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam. The toss will be at 6:30 pm and the first ball will be bowled at 7 pm.
After losing the first two matches of the series, the Indian team is now in a do-or-die situation. Will be. The spinners have been disappointing for the Indian team in the last two matches.
India had entered the series by winning 12 matches in a row but they could not play a single match in the first two matches against a strong team of South Africa. The Pant-led team is struggling in many areas and they had to overcome these weaknesses within a day. In the first match, India lost due to poor bowling and in the second match, the batsmen were disappointed.
A total of 17 T20 matches have been played between India and South Africa so far. Out of this, Team India has won nine matches and South Africa has won eight matches. South Africa’s record is even better on Indian soil. There have been six matches between the two teams here and the South African team has won five matches. Team India has won only one match.
The shape of Gaikwad is a matter of concern.
The Indian openers have so far failed to give the team a good start in the power play. Ishan Kishan has done well so far but Raturaj has managed only 23 runs and one run in two matches. His technique is also being questioned by fast bowlers.
Shriyas Iyer has made a good start but he has not been able to score fast runs due to which the pressure on the batsmen is increasing. Hardik Pandya had made some aggressive shots in the first match but he could not walk on Cuttack’s wicket. He has also failed to bowl in both the matches.
Any one of Umran-Arshdeep can get a chance
Barring Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Indian bowlers have failed to take wickets. Indian bowlers are spoiling the hard work done earlier by looting runs in one or two overs. Now that the series is at stake, they will have to perform well. In such a situation, instead of Avesh Khan, who has not taken a single wicket so far, the Indian team management can give debutant opportunity to fast bowler Umran Malik or Arshdeep Singh.