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In the T20 World Cup semi-final stage, it appears that head coach Rahul Dravid is willing to alter the starting lineup of the Rohit Sharma-led team. On Thursday, India will play England in the semifinal.
India’s head coach, Rahul Dravid, has stated that he is open to changing the starting lineup for the team’s T20 World Cup 2022 match against England, which will be captained by Rohit Sharma. In their final Super 12 encounter on Sunday, the Rohit-led Team India easily overcame Zimbabwe to advance to the semi-finals and take the top spot in Group 2 of the T20 World Cup 2022.
Following India’s victory over Zimbabwe, head coach Dravid told the media that the Asian powerhouses will select their starting XI for the semi-finals based on the situation. Yuzvendra Chahal may be in the running to play for the Indian playing XI, according to Dravid’s most recent comment, as the Adelaide Oval pitch often favors slower bowlers.
We are confident that the type of squad we have chosen will not be made weaker by anyone who joins the starting 15. Actually, none of the people we have to choose will make our team less strong. We’ll have to go again and find out.
India have already qualified for the T20 World Cup semifinals before taking on Zimbabwe at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). India’s entry into the T20 World Cup knockout stage was made possible by South Africa’s disgraceful loss to the Netherlands. Since India having already advanced to the semifinal stage prior to the Super 12 match against Zimbabwe, the squad, led by coach Rahul Dravid, made the decision to replace Dinesh Karthik with Rishabh Pant.
We might be playing in Adelaide on a brand-new field. It was played at Adelaide as well, but on a different style of pitch this time.
At the MCG, veteran spinner Ravichandran Ashwin spearheaded India’s spin offensive against Craig Ervine’s squad, claiming three wickets while giving up 22 runs. Zimbabwe was defeated by India by a margin of 71 runs. India and England will compete in the T20 World Cup’s second semifinal at the Adelaide Oval on Thursday.
In the next several days, we’ll go look at that wicket and figure out what we think it might accomplish. Naturally, we’ll play for the situation if it’s slow.

When will Chahal be back? Dravid gives a strong signal that India may alter their starting lineup for the World Cup semifinal match against England.

In the T20 World Cup semi-final stage, it appears that head coach Rahul Dravid is willing to alter the starting lineup of the Rohit Sharma-led team. On Thursday, India will play England in the semifinal.
India’s head coach, Rahul Dravid, has stated that he is open to changing the starting lineup for the team’s T20 World Cup 2022 match against England, which will be captained by Rohit Sharma. In their final Super 12 encounter on Sunday, the Rohit-led Team India easily overcame Zimbabwe to advance to the semi-finals and take the top spot in Group 2 of the T20 World Cup 2022.
Following India’s victory over Zimbabwe, head coach Dravid told the media that the Asian powerhouses will select their starting XI for the semi-finals based on the situation. Yuzvendra Chahal may be in the running to play for the Indian playing XI, according to Dravid’s most recent comment, as the Adelaide Oval pitch often favors slower bowlers.
We are confident that the type of squad we have chosen will not be made weaker by anyone who joins the starting 15. Actually, none of the people we have to choose will make our team less strong. We’ll have to go again and find out.
India have already qualified for the T20 World Cup semifinals before taking on Zimbabwe at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). India’s entry into the T20 World Cup knockout stage was made possible by South Africa’s disgraceful loss to the Netherlands. Since India having already advanced to the semifinal stage prior to the Super 12 match against Zimbabwe, the squad, led by coach Rahul Dravid, made the decision to replace Dinesh Karthik with Rishabh Pant.
We might be playing in Adelaide on a brand-new field. It was played at Adelaide as well, but on a different style of pitch this time.
At the MCG, veteran spinner Ravichandran Ashwin spearheaded India’s spin offensive against Craig Ervine’s squad, claiming three wickets while giving up 22 runs. Zimbabwe was defeated by India by a margin of 71 runs. India and England will compete in the T20 World Cup’s second semifinal at the Adelaide Oval on Thursday.
In the next several days, we’ll go look at that wicket and figure out what we think it might accomplish. Naturally, we’ll play for the situation if it’s slow.