Sports desk , Edited By: Roshni Singh , Updated on: 29 Nov 2022, 04:30:19 PM
Shikhar Dhawan, VVS Laxman (Photo Credits: Social Media)
India vs New Zealand 3rd ODI: The third ODI between India and New Zealand will be played tomorrow (30 November). The match will start at 7 pm Indian time at the Hagley Oval ground in Christchurch. In the first match of the series, Team India had to face defeat by 7 wickets. At the same time, the second match in Auckland got washed out due to rain. By winning this match, Team India would like to end the three-match T20 series at 1-1. For this, captain Shikhar Dhawan can also make changes in the playing 11. The poor form of a player of Team India remains a matter of concern for the team. In such a situation, Shikhar Dhawan can drop this player from the playing 11 in the last and important match against New Zealand.
Pant’s flop show continues
Indian team’s wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant is going through his bad form. He is proving to be a flop in scoring runs continuously. Despite this, he is constantly getting opportunities. But he is not able to capitalize on it. In such a situation, there is a demand to make him twelve from the team. Rishabh Pant scored only 15 runs in the first ODI. If we look at Pant’s last 5 innings, he has scored only 6,3,6,11,15 runs.
Samson can get a chance in place of Pant
Sanju Samson is constantly struggling to make his place in Team India. Samson does not get a chance in the team, but when he does, he does not even become a part of the playing 11 continuously. He was included in the playing 11 in the ODI series against New Zealand. He played an important inning of 36 runs, but then he was dropped from the playing 11 in the second match. In such a situation, in the third and important match against New Zealand, Shikhar Dhawan can replace Rishabh Pant with Sanju Samson in the playing 11.
First Published : 29 Nov 2022, 04:30:19 PM
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