Following India’s humiliating departure from the Asia Cup 2022, the team has faced widespread criticism. A lack of maturity causes India’s subpar performance. And unpredictability in the team’s composition.
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The Men in Blue have rearranged and altered their starting XI throughout the last few games.
After Rohit Sharma’s squad lost to Pakistan and Sri Lanka in the Super 4 stage, the team brain tank came under fire.
According to Uthappa Indian team lacks consistency
In anticipation of Team India’s Super 4 match against Afghanistan on Thursday in Dubai. Robin Uthappa has questioned the team’s ongoing experimenting with their starting lineup. In each of the four matches that were played throughout the tournament, India used a different XI.
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According to Uthappa, India’s experimentation with its batting lineup has caused the team to lose face in the competition. He emphasized the significance of using the appropriate players for each particular position.
India, however, is entering the tournament’s championship game today and has failed to advance to the finals. In the Super Four, India will take against Afghanistan.
India got off to a terrific start in the Super Four. Losing to archrivals Pakistan.
India suffered a five-wicket loss in the game. India suffered a six-wicket defeat to Sri Lanka in the second, most important encounter.
Against Afghanistan, India will almost definitely alter their starting lineup. To discover the optimum team composition before the T20 World Cup. Later this year in Australia, the Men in Blue may make a few adjustments for the dead rubber.
Uthappa: India Capturing Australia and South Africa with Full Strength
After the Asia Cup withdrawal, India will concentrate on its next bilateral white-ball matches against Australia and South Africa. To best prepare for the next T20 World Cup, Uthappa thinks India should stay with a single starting lineup.
“Hopefully not; unless there is an injury, only one team will play. Bumrah and Harshal Patel could recover from their injuries soon, allowing India to play at least 5–6 games with a full roster. Thus, they will be ready when they depart for the World Cup.
Beginning on September 20 in Mohali, a three-match Twenty20 International series will feature Australia and India.