Mohammed Siraj, Kuldeep Yadav To Be Dropped From India’s Playing 11 vs New Zealand for 3d ODI- Reports. India will like to test their depth against New Zealand in the third and final ODI on Tuesday in Indore, even though they have already won the series.
It is very possible that India will rest vice-captain Hardik Pandya, pacer Mohammed Siraj, and player from China Kuldeep Yadav, according to Indian Express. Siraj and Kuldeep are anticipated to have significant roles in the forthcoming Border-Gavaskar series, which begins on February 9. Pandya will captain India in the T20Is.
Mohammed Siraj, Kuldeep Yadav To Be Dropped From India’s Playing 11 vs New Zealand for 3d ODI- Reports
The team management may also be tempted to rest Hardik Pandya and start Shahbaz Ahmed in the final ODI due to the T20 matches later this week. The Bengal all-rounder, 28, has played in three ODIs so far and has performed admirably with the ball.
Shahbaz has yet to demonstrate his bat skills, but he has already proven that he is more than adept in both domestic and international cricket. Recently, Hardik has not impressed with the bat. He struggled in his series against Sri Lanka, and he hasn’t performed well yet against New Zealand.
The team management is trying to test the core players while carefully regulating the fatigue as the ODI World Cup is later this year. Umran have not yet appeared in the series. Siraj has been India’s most important fast bowler in Tests, ODIs, and T20Is during Jasprit Bumrah’s absence.
In a time when Bumrah, India’s gun bowler who is still playing, has spent more time on the physiotherapist’s table and in rehab facilities, and Shami has struggled with inconsistency in Tests and profligacy in ODIs, he has transitioned from the lively sidekick to the lead man. He has 29 wickets in 17 ODIs at an average of 21.51, a 4.63 economy rate, and a 27.8 strike rate.
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Kuldeep Yadav has performed admirably since rejoining the Indian cricket team. Yuzvendra Chahal, who has been warming the bench, has been edged out for the lone wrist-spinner position, but team management would love to play Chahal in the final ODI.
Injuries prevented Chahal from playing in the second ODI at Eden after his last appearance in the Guwahati ODI against Sri Lanka. Kuldeep moved.