England has taken a lead of 2-1 in the five-match T20 series by winning the third T20i against India and the hosts will now have to make some changes for the fourth T20i. A spirited bowling effort from England pace attack led by Mark Wood at the front put India in the backseat early and the top order collapse continued for India while batting first.
India looks toothless at the moment with their bowling attack and the only attacking option they have at the moment is Yuzvendra Chahal who has gone for more than 10 an over in his four out of five games. A lot to worry about for the Indian team and let us look at 3 changes that team India should make going into the fourth T20i against England at Ahmedabad.
3 Changes That Team India Should Make Going Into The Fourth T20I:
Remove KL Rahul And Bring In Suryakumar Yadav:
Kl Rahul has scored 1,0 and 0 in the three T20s so far and his poor display at the top of the order has collapsed the batting efforts two times already. He looks out of game time as he was benched most of the season in the test series and needs to address his woes as soon as possible. His number has been excellent in the last two years for India in T20 internationals and a break might just bring his A-game back.
KL Rahul can make way for a Suryakumar Yadav in the lineup who hasn’t got the chance to bat yet in the series. Suryakumar Yadav started in the second T20 and India chased down the target with just three wickets down which meant that Suryakumar Yadav had to wait for his batting opportunity. With Rahul’s failures at the top, Suryakumar Yadav might well get his chance in the middle order again for the second T20.