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T20 WC 2022: There will be a change in the Indian playing XI against the Netherlands! Bowling coach gave latest update


India’s second match against Netherlands
Both the teams will clash at Sydney Cricket Ground
Paras Mhambrey’s latest update on playing XI

New Delhi. The Indian team has started the T20 World Cup 2022 in a great way. Blue Army got a historic victory by four wickets against arch-rivals Pakistan in their very first match. After beating the Green team, the Indian team is ready for its second match. The next match of the Indian team is with the Netherlands on 27 October. This exciting match between the two teams will be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney.

Bowling coach Paras Mhambrey has given a big update before the India vs Netherlands match. Responding to the question of whether there will be a change in the Indian playing XI against Netherlands, he said, ‘Yes, Kohli finished the match for us. But if you want an experienced player to take the match till the end, then the pressure on the opposition team can increase further. That’s why I think Virat and Hardik deserve credit for the win.

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He further said, ‘When he came out to bat, the conditions were completely different. Four wickets had fallen during that time. I feel the experience that Pandya brings to the team is irreplaceable.

Talking about the next match, he said, ‘There is no scope for any change in the playing XI in the upcoming match, nor is there any thought of giving rest to anyone. Pandya will also participate in the next match.

Apart from this, he praised young fast bowler Arshdeep Singh fiercely. He said, the way he bowled during the match, it is commendable. There are ups and downs in career. But the way he has come back after the Asia Cup, it is amazing.

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