Fast bowlers, India’s focus will be on the top order

Fast bowlers, India

Rajkot, 07 January. The Indian pacers and top-order batsmen will have to bounce back from their earlier defeats to beat Sri Lanka in the decisive third T20 on Saturday. The game will start at 7 pm. The Indian team won the last ball in the first match and lost by 16 runs in the second match. A poor performance by the young pacers was the main reason for the defeat but Umran Malik and Shivam Mavi know they have a lot to learn from it. Left-arm fast bowler Arshdeep Singh, who returned to the team after recovering from injury, took five no-balls in his two overs. He got out of the crease three times in a row in the first over and became the first Indian bowler to take a no-ball hat-trick in a T20. Both Mavi and Arshdeep, who made an impressive debut in the first match, bowled heavily. of no force. In such a situation, captain Hardik Pandya had to rely on the spinner. The top order in batting did not give a good start again. Shubman Gill failed for the second time in a row and now like Rahul Tripathi he doesn’t want to waste any chance. Even Tripathi could not walk in his first match. After excellent batting by Akshar Patel and Suryakumar Yadav, half the team returned to the pavilion within 60 runs, while India got a useful all-rounder in Ravindra Jadeja. Sri Lanka, the champion of the Asia Cup, made a spectacular comeback and sounded the danger bell for India. The pitch at Rajkot is flat and expected to be helpful for the batsmen. Toss will also play an important role.

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