Will India Give Umran Malik And Sanju Samson Chance In Final T20I Against New Zealand?

A radical change in approach is the need of the hour for India but the question remains if that is the choice Imran Malik And Sanju Samson The third and final T20 Test will be played against New Zealand in Napier on Tuesday. India were expected to try a bunch of players after another World Cup defeat but if the team composition for the second T20 is any indication, they seemed reluctant to start with a clean slate. Bring out its unique brilliance Suryakumar YadavThe team struggled to post 160 on Sunday, a grim reminder of its woes in the lower stages of the World Cup.

India’s powerplay approach is a major concern. Rishabh Pant was attempted at the top with Ishan Kishan But the move didn’t work in the second game. Considering Pant’s class, one can expect him to fire the series-decider.

Samson is another batsman who could make an immediate impact but the team didn’t start with him.

The captain is going Hardik PandyaCommenting on the match post, the management is unlikely to change much for the third T20I. India lead the series 1-0 after losing the opening match of the series.

“I don’t know (about changes for the next match). I want to give everyone in the squad a chance but it’s one more game, so it’s a bit difficult,” said Hardik, who is seen as the next in line. Full captain in the shortest format.

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Good luck Gill The opening run was in the absence of senior players but the team went ahead with two left-handers. He is likely to get a chance in the next ODI series.

Pandya is keen to have more batsmen who can bowl in the playing eleven Deepak Hooda gave him an alternative.

But the biggest disappointment was not including Omran Malik in the first match. It has been proven that an out and out pace bowler needs a push in T20 cricket and the New Zealand series is crucial for the development of the Jammu and Kashmir-based tearaway pacer.

inside Jasprit BumrahIn its absence, Malik, who played three T20Is earlier this year, should face the pressure of playing in a top team and give long runs. Playing his first game in a while, Yuzvendra Chahal Showed why he should be a regular in the team but fellow wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav Can only play ODIs.

Faced with a sure win scenario, New Zealand will be fielding without their captain Ken Williamson Who will miss the game due to a pre-arranged medical appointment.

In his absence, the team will depend on the opener Find Allen And Glenn Phillips Order to pressure the opposition party.

The home bowlers conceded too many runs in the death overs and will look to rectify that. New Zealand will also have to find a way to stop the in-form Sun.

The New Zealand chief said, “Suryakumar played an unbelievable innings there. Everyone was surprised, some shots will be played. We have already had some discussions and we will have more before the game tomorrow on how to deal with him”. Coach Gary Stead.

Squad: New Zealand: Finn Allen, Michael Bracewell, Devon Conway (week), Lockie Ferguson, Daryl Mitchell, Adam MilneJimmy Neesham, Glenn Phillips, Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee (c), Ish Sodhi, Blair TicknerMark Chapman.

India: Hardik Pandya (C), Rishabh Pant, Ishan Kishan, Shubman Gill, Deepak Hooda, Suryakumar Yadav, Shreyas IyerSanju Samson, Washington is beautifulYuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav, Harshal Patel, Mohammad Siraj, Bhuvneshwar KumarArshdeep Singh, Omran Malik.

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