T20 World Cup 2022: T20 World Cup 2022 is going to start in Australia from 16 October. The Indian team is currently in Australia and is training fiercely in Perth before this ICC mega event. In the T20 World Cup, India has to play its first match against Pakistan on 23 October. A player is becoming a burden for Team India, in such a situation, captain Rohit Sharma can make this player sit on the bench in the entire T20 World Cup.
This player became a burden for Team India
Fast bowler Harshal Patel is proving to be a burden for Team India. The flop show of this fast bowler has been going on for a long time, in such a situation, captain Rohit Sharma can sit this fast bowler on the bench in the entire T20 World Cup. Given the way Harshal Patel bowls, he can be beaten a lot on Australian pitches. Harshal Patel has been thrashed a lot in the Asia Cup, T20 series against Australia and T20 series against South Africa. In such a situation, it is not possible for this player to play a single match in the T20 World Cup.
Captain Rohit will sit on the bench for the entire T20 World Cup!
Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohammed Shami and Arshdeep Singh are the three fast bowlers who will be seen playing in Team India’s playing XI in the entire T20 World Cup. It is believed that Mohammed Shami is set to play in place of Jasprit Bumrah in the T20 World Cup and soon BCCI will also make a formal announcement of Mohammed Shami’s name. Mohammed Shami is an expert in swinging the ball while bowling at a speed of more than 140 Kmph.
This could be India’s playing XI in T20 World Cup 2022:
Rohit Sharma (capt), KL Rahul, Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav, Hardik Pandya, Dinesh Karthik (wk), Axar Patel, R Ashwin, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Arshdeep Singh and Mohammed Shami.
Against India in T20 World Cup 2022
India vs Pakistan – 1st Match – 23 October (Melbourne)
India vs Group A Runner-up – 2nd Match – 27 October (Sydney)
India vs South Africa – 3rd Match – 30 October (Perth)
India vs Bangladesh – 4th match – November 2 (Adelaide)
India vs Group B Winner – Match 5 – 6 November (Melbourne)