3rd T20I: India target clean sweep against South Africa | Cricket News

Kohli, Rahul take a break from the trivial tie even if the bowling unit is still a concern
MORE: Just hours after scoring their first T20I series win at home against South Africa in Guwahati, India will look to win their first clean sheet against Proteas in their third T20I and zero final important at Holkar Cricket Stadium here on Tuesday. .
A 3-0 result here, after a 2-1 victory over Australia, will give India more confidence as they set off for the upcoming T20 World Cup in Australia. The brilliant form of the top four of Men in Blue is especially unstoppable Suryakumar YadavProbably the funniest feature of recent ‘home run’.


Yadav’s scorching blade seemed to get worse with each game, evident in his destructive 22-ball 62 hit on Sunday in Guwahati, which helped India win in 16 innings. determined. The show ‘SKY’ is so impressive and pleasant that even KL Rahulwho was dubbed the Man of the Match, expressed surprise that Surya was not awarded.
Surya’s powerful hit has helped him gallop to 1,000 career runs in the 32 T20Is he’s played in so far. He is the third fastest Indian to cross the ‘1k’ mark after Virat Kohli and Rahul. In 2022, Mumbaikar’s numbers are insane: 22 innings, 793 running with a strike rate of 185.28, in a tally consisting of 68 six innings and 50 innings. Post the ‘special’ India captain, Guwahati, 32 years old Rohit Sharma even joked that he didn’t want to play ‘SKY’ until India opened the World Cup against Pakistan on October 23!

However, the team management decided to rest Kohli and Rahul in the final T20I match. Shreyas is expected to replace Kohli but there are no hitters on the team, likely Umesh Yadav or Mohammad Siraj will get a game here.
Death covers constant anxiety
Even if Yadav’s fractured form will give Rohit plenty of good nights sleep on the long flight to Australia, what worries him is the struggle of two of his main averages when against a flat track, especially in the last five laps. While the tragic death form of Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who is likely to become India’s top seafarer after Jasipino Bumrah was ruled out of the T20 World Cup on Monday due to a back injury, which has been a major concern, a casual show in taglines voiced by Harshal Patel and Arshdeep SinghThe man between them conceded 107 in 8 passes in the second T20I, also worrying.
In both games of this series so far, Arshdeep has delivered a dream start for India, winning the first three in the first T20I game and followed by two in the second.


However, while the left-armer conceded 17 in the final – 19th of the inning – in the first game of the T20I, he took the lead in the second, which was beaten. high prices with 57 runs in his last three passes, including 26 in the 19th at Guwahati. Overall, Arshdeep has gone 62 of his 4 passes.
Coming back from injury, Harshal managed to knock down just one wicket in three T20I games against the Aussies while being hit 99 times in 8 rounds, although he was slightly better than SA. A bright spot here is the promising return of speed bowlers Deepak Chaharbut then Chahar, like Bhuvneshwar, is more of a breakthrough in Powerplay voiceovers.


South Africa will be eager to regain its pride here. The Proteas plight is most highlighted by their captain’s pathetic performance Temba Bavuma, who has yet to make his mark in the series after being eliminated in a row. The visitors will feel more comfortable after Miller’s century of heroism – 107 games unbeaten with just 47 balls at Guwahati, but they need Quinton de Kock back to his best. With SA pursuing 238, de Kock has managed to get back to some form in 48 unbeaten 69 tackles, but the African side are keen to get their best left-hander ahead of the Worlds. Cup T20.


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