No one could stop India’s Vijayarath in this World Cup. Rohit Sharma won all eight matches by showing power. The semi-finals of the World Cup have risen to the top of the points list. India will play against Netherlands in the last match on Sunday. The Indian team may make three changes in this regulation match. The Rohites can take a look at some of the bench cricketers.
India’s probable XI against Netherlands
Like the team, India’s captain is also in form. Not only as a leader on the field, he is running consistently with the bat as well. Giving India a good start. Rohit will want to score big runs against the Netherlands.
Ishan Kishan: He did not get much chance in the current World Cup. But he can open against the Netherlands. If that happens, Shubman Gill can get some rest before entering the semi-finals.
Virat Kohli: Sachin Tendulkar reached his 49th century in Eden in the last match. Kohli plays IPL for Bengaluru. Virat will want to score his 50th century on a familiar ground. Then he can play with more confidence in the semi-finals.
Shreyas Iyer: Shreyas got runs in the last two matches. Shreyas needs to be in rhythm to improve India’s middle order. Shreyas will get another chance to score big runs.
Running continuously. Looks good behind the wicket too. He is the biggest hope of India’s middle order. If Ishan is there, Rahul can get a break from the wicketkeeper’s work for a match.
Despite getting runs in a few matches, Surya has not yet got a big run. He will want to settle that regret in Bangalore.
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Ravichandran Ashwin: Did not get a chance in many matches. The management may rest Ravindra Jadeja, the big strength of the team, before the semi-finals. In that case, Ashwin can play in the first eleven.
Shardul Tagore: Shardul did not get a place after Hardik Pandya got injured despite playing the first few matches. You can get a chance to play in Bangalore. Rohites can rest Yashprit Bumrah for one match and play Shardul. But in that case he has to bowl full 10 overs.
He is in rhythm in the World Cup. However, he could not bowl much in the last few matches. The left-arm spinner will look to complete a spell in Bengaluru.
Mohammed Shami: He took 16 wickets in four matches. India’s highest wicket-taker in the World Cup will play Durant. He will also want to catch fire in Bangalore.
Mohammad Siraj: He has bowled well in the last two matches in the current World Cup. Siraj’s famous ground in Bangalore. The Indian pacer will want to increase his bowling edge there.
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