After taking a little vacation, India’s regular captain Rohit Sharma will lead his country against Australia in the second one-day international match, which will take place on Sunday in Visakhapatnam India.
The Men in Blue, led by Hardik Pandya, won the first one-day international (ODI) in Mumbai by five wickets. This victory came as a result of an unbeaten 108-run stand between KL Rahul (75*) and Ravindra Jadeja (45*), but in the second match, a lot will be expected from the Indian top-order batting lineup.
Ishan Kishan and Shubman Gill began the batting for India in Rohit’s absence in the first one-day international (ODI). However Ishan Kishan was only able to reach three runs before getting remove. After a disappointing showing with the bat in the first one-day international. It is now unknown whether or not Kishan will be given another opportunity. In addition to this, KL Rahul had served as the wicketkeeper in Mumbai and had also taken a few catches there.
There is a chance that it may rain in Vizag since the weather prediction is for a chance of thunderstorms interspersed throughout the day. This might make the game less enjoyable. As a result of being bundled out for 188, it seem as if Australia, too, were too reliant on a single individual, namely Travis Head (81). Both Steve Smith (22) and Josh Inglis got off to good starts. But they were unable to capitalize on their opportunities.
In terms of series wins, India has been undefeated at home this year. They will try to win yet another series in Vizag. And they are praying to the rain gods that they would refrain from pouring rain on them.
Rohit Sharma believes that Suryakumar Yadav will have a “continuous run.”
Suryakumar Yadav, who has been out in the current one-day international series for back-to-back golden ducks. Surya has not yet scored a half-century in the one-day format. He is now batting in the No. 4 spot in lieu of the injured Shreyas Iyer.
Right-handed batter Suryakumar Yadav, who has had trouble finding his mojo in one-day cricket after a dazzling run in the Twenty20 format. Knows that he has to perform well. And the team management will give him a longer run, said India captain Rohit Sharma on Sunday. Yadav has struggled to find his mojo in one-day cricket after a dazzling run in the Twenty20 format.
The first two One-Day Internationals (ODIs) that Australia played against Suryakumar resulted in the same dismissal for him. He was trapped leg-before off in-swinging deliveries from Mitchell Starc on the first ball he faced. As a result, Suryakumar’s winless streak in the format has now been extended even further.
Suryakumar’s performance on Sunday was his 16th One-Day International (ODI) without a fifty. With his top score being an undefeated 34 against New Zealand.