India vs Australia, 2nd T20I: Toss, Playing 11 Update, Pitch Report, Captains’ Comments

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Australia
had
taken
a
1-0
lead
in
the
3-match
series
after
their
stunning
4-wicket
win
at
Mohali,
and
another
favourable
result
will
spur
the
visitors
to
a
rather
rare
series
win
in
India.

India
would
like
to
preserve
a
proud
home
record,
particularly
ahead
of
the
ICC
T20
World
Cup
2022
as
it
is
also
a
case
of
blemishless
preparations.

So.
here
is
updates
of
the
India
vs
Australia
2nd
T20I
such
as
toss,
playing
11,
captains’ comments
and
pitch
report.


Toss:
India
won,
elected
to
field.
Bumrah
in
for
Umesh,
Pant
in
for
Bhuvi.


Playing
11


India:

1
Rohit
Sharma
(captain),
2
KL
Rahul,
3
Virat
Kohli,
4
Suryakumar
Yadav,
5
Rishabh
Pant,
6
Hardik
Pandya,
7
Dinesh
Karthik
(wk),
8
Axar
Patel,
9
Harshal
Patel,
10
Jasprit
Bumrah,
11
Yuzvendra
Chahal.


Australia:

Aaron
Finch
(captain),
Cameron
Green,
Steven
Smith,
Glenn
Maxwell,
Sean
Abbott,
Tim
David,
Matthew
Wade(w),
Pat
Cummins,
Daniel
Sams,
Adam
Zampa,
Josh
Hazlewood.


Pitch
report


Ravi
Shastri
in
Star
Sports:
Pretty
overcast
and
it
is
very
humid.
This
pitch
looks
tacky.
Normally
teams
winning
the
toss
bat
first.
With
the
rain
around,
teams
might
want
to
do
otherwise.
There
is
a
darkish
look
to
the
pitch
which
suggests
that
the
covers
have
been
on.
It
is
dry
as
well.
It
looks
two-paced
as
well.
The
ball
will
hold
up
and
turn.
The
par
score
is
150,
and
it
shouldn’t
change
much.”


Captains’ comments


Rohit
Sharmam,
India
captain
:
“We’re
going
to
field
first.
It’s
nice,
there
are
so
many
people
who
have
come
to
watch
us.
It
is
nice
to
get
a
game.
These
games
are
challenging
ones
because
you
don’t
know
what
to
do.
You
just
have
to
go
out
and
express
yourself.
Hopefully
we
can
put
up
a
good
show.
Since
it
is
an
eight
over
game,
we
had
to
make
two
changes:
Bumrah
comes
in
for
Umesh
Yadav.
Bhuvi
misses
out
too
and
Pant
comes
in.”


Aaron
Finch,
Australia
captain:
We
would
have
bowled
first
as
well.
Chasing
in
a
small
gave
would
have
been
good.
We’re
happy
with
the
way
we
played
and
the
execution.

We
have
two
changes:
Ellis
is
injured
and
Sams
comes
in.
Sean
Abbott
comes
in
for
Inglis.”

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