On December 7 at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka, The three-match series will be on the line for Team India when they take on Bangladesh in the second one-day international.
Mehidy Hasan Miraz and Mustafizur Rahman scored 51 runs in the final over to help the hosts win the first game of the series by just one wicket.
KL Rahul was the main Indian player to leave an imprint, and albeit the bowlers set up a roused execution, they lost the plot in crunch minutes.
The Men in Blue may enter the game with a similar unit and are unlikely to panic right now.
The predicted Indian team for the second One-Day International against Bangladesh is listed below.
Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan must immediately unite. Both of the opening batters have recently struggled in ODI cricket, and the latter’s position in the side is now threatened by a new breed of young, more aggressive openers.
Even though Dhawan is unlikely to be dropped without a long rope, there is not much time left for him to run a lot. In the meantime, Rohit will be the focus of attention not only for his batting but also for his captaincy, which hasn’t been up to par in recent times.
Even though Ishan Kishan, Rahul Tripathi, and Rajat Patidar are on the bench, India’s middle order—Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, and KL Rahul—should sport a similar outfit.
Although the Men in Blue may be tempted to add a specialist batter to the middle order, they will probably need six bowlers.
The underwhelming ODI returns of Virat Kohli will want to get back into the runs.
Washington Sundar has a significant role to play in the Indian team right now. Expected to pitch at No. The off-spinner will try to contribute in both departments and send down 10 overs.
Deepak Chahar and Shardul Thakur bowled well in the series opener, excluding a poor finish. Both players ought to be included in the starting XI now that the latter has recovered from his cramps from the first ODI.
In the previous match, India gave Shahbaz Ahmed his debut because Axar Patel was out with a rib injury. Shahbaz was unable to make much of an impression, losing both wickets and scoring a duck. Axar will work his way back into the side if he is selected.
Kuldeep Sen’s debut was a little pricey, but he deserves another chance to show off his goods.
With a three-wicket haul in the first ODI, Mohammed Siraj was the best Indian bowler, and he will once again lead the pace attack.
Umran Malik may have to wait a little longer on the sidelines if there are no injuries.
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