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Putting Things Together Right An ex-star drops the ‘Kohli, Rohit, Bumrah’ hint as the “biggest challenge.”

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Team India beat Australia 4-1 in the five-match T20I series. This was a good start for their plans for the 2024 World Cup. In June 2024, the West Indies and the United States will host the T20 World Cup. Team India is set to play T20Is against South Africa and Afghanistan before the main event. They will then play in the IPL. Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, and Jasprit Bumrah were rested for the T20Is against the Proteas, which means that Parthiv Patel, who used to bat and keep wicket, will have to work hard to find the right mix for the World Cup.

Parthiv said that the people in charge of the team should focus on making a short list of players they think should go to the World Cup.

“I think India’s biggest problem has always been getting the right mix of players, especially in T20.” We also don’t have any games. Let’s talk about just three Afghanistan games, if Virat, Rohit, or Bumrah play in any of them. “I believe India will need to think about it,” Parthiv said on Cricbuzz.

Otherwise, they’ll have to pick the player who does best in the IPL. Then you’ll have to name the team again around the middle of the IPL. That’s why it’s hard. Before naming the team, they must have thought about who is already in line for the World Cup and whether we want to get those players for the game against Afghanistan. “Things are not easy,” he said.

Further, Parthiv said that even though Team India is very good, other teams always “tactically outplay” them.

It seems like they want more options by going with this young team. India has plenty of talented people to choose from. Plenty of things is still too much, and we need to find the right mix. “No matter what tournament they played, India never lost to a better team,” said Parthiv.

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“They lost the battle of strategy.” Indian teams played an old version of T20 in the 2021 T20 World Cup and the 2023 final, and there was a problem with No. 4 in 2019,” he said.

The T20I against South Africa will begin on December 10. ODIs will start on December 17 and two Tests will start on December 26.


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