According to expert, Which Playing XI will make Team India’s best team?

When the time comes closer and the buzz of the crucial match intensifies, choosing the right playing XI of the team becomes an important and sensitive decision.

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One such message has been given by leading cricket expert and former cricketer, Irfan Pathan, through his views. He believes that there should be more options in the bowling playing XI for Team India, which is the key challenge.

With the T20 World Cup 2024 coming around, former cricket players and experts are focused on which playing XI will benefit the team more. Due to the absence of the ‘Impact Player’ rule for this World Cup, the team will have to take special care to take care of the balance.

According to Irfan Pathan, there should be an abundance of bowling options, as the team’s situation often gets worse due to lack of bowling. According to him, batsmen like Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and Suryakumar Yadav do not bowl, so there should be more bowling options in the playing XI.

He supported the inclusion of Yashasvi Jaiswal in the team, not only for his batting but also for his bowling. This gives the team another option who can also bowl if required.

According to Irfan said

Irfan said, “There can be two combinations in the selected team. In one combination you can play with six bowlers including Axar Patel to strengthen the batting lineup. In the second combination you can play with four main bowlers and expect Shivam Dube and Hardik Pandya to bowl. Another option for Team India is a young player who bowls in the nets but has not bowled in matches, Yashasvi Jaiswal. Shivam Dube had also mentioned during the IPL that he is bowling regularly in the nets and is preparing to bowl one or two overs in the World Cup.”

The retired all-rounder also expressed his views on the issue.

He said, “If Hardik can give you the option of bowling three to four overs, this problem will be solved to a great extent. Our other batsmen, like Rohit, Virat or Suryakumar Yadav cannot bowl, which handicaps us to some extent. Ideally, if any of these players can bowl, it will benefit the team a lot. We talk about Australia, but even England have several all-rounders in their top seven, including Moeen Ali, Liam Livingstone and Will Jacks. It is always better to have more bowling options, and yes, in this scenario, we are definitely handicapped.”

According to him, the lack of all-rounders is a concern for Team India.

He said, “The lack of all-rounders is a bit of a weakness for Team India. If you look at Australia, their batsmen like Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell and Cameron Green can only bowl four overs in a match. I think that’s why the Indian team has included Shivam Dubey in the team to reduce the limitations caused by the lack of all-rounders. Yes, it is a small weakness and now with the impact substitute rule in the IPL, this problem may increase further. We currently rely on specialist bowlers and batsmen, but in this World Cup the team will need to make some adjustments and someone will have to bowl at least two to three overs in a match.”

Choosing the right playing XI will be a big decision for Team India, with the increasing number of bowling options being a key driver. Through these tips, Team India can further strengthen its strength and excel in the World Cup 2024.

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