The last and final match of the five match one-day series between India and Australia will be played on Wednesday, March 13 at Delhi’s Firoz Shah Kotla Stadium. Team India, who lost the fourth one-day in Mohali,
will have to win this match at all times. The winning team, which won the fifth one-day match, will take on the series 3-2. Let’s know in this episode how could Team India’s possible Playing XI …
The next slide saw Rohit Sharma (95) and Shikhar Dhawan (143) got the blazing start to the Indian team in the previous match. Despite this, Team India lost this match with four wickets. Captain Virat Kohli will never make the mistake of putting his most experienced batsmen out in the fifth one-day format, Kohli, who scored a century in Nagpur,
scored a century of 116 runs in Ranchi also scored 123 runs. However, in the fourth ODI played in Mohali, there was no sharp edge of his bat. Ferozeshah Kotla Stadium is Virat Kohli’s home ground. Kohli can also come here to bat at number three. In the last match, replacing Ambati Rayudu in the team,
Kl Rahul scored just 26 runs. But captain Kohli is still confident on the talent of KL Rahul. In the fifth one-day, Rahul can come in to bat at number four. Team India’s young wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant disappointed him with his wicketkeeping in the last match. He lost many important occasions behind the wicket. But due to lack of presence in MS Dhoni’s last ODI,
there is no alternative to Pant in the team. In such a situation, his playing in the playing eleven is almost certain that Kedar Jadhav has shown not only the bat but also the ball with the ball. Although in the last match he did not do anything special from both the ball and the bat. Jadhav’s presence in the playing XI strengthens the team. After Jadhav Pant, it is possible to bat at number six. The presence of fast bowler Jaspreet Bumrah,
who is the most influential in this series, makes the team stronger. Bumrahah can also be a part of the playing XI in the fifth one-day format.