MS Dhoni is set to be refreshed for the last two ODIs against Australia, affirmed Sanjay Bangar, India’s batting mentor on Friday (March 8).
Rishabh Pant is the other wicketkeeper in the squad and is set to supplant Dhoni in the XI as India hope to calibrate their squad before the World Cup.
India will likewise have a sharp eye on Mohammed Shami, who endured minor damage amid the third ODI in Ranchi. Shami was hit on his leg by a straight drive and was constrained off the field for some time. In any case, he returned not long after to finish his full share of overs. Shami’s wellness is set to be evaluated later, with Bhuvneshwar Kumar in line to supplant him if necessary.
“Shami likewise had a hit on the leg. We need to see whether he’ll be fit for the diversion. On the off chance that he’s not fit, at that point Bhuvneshwar Kumar will play. Those choices the chief and mentor take it before the diversion,” said Bangar.
Virat Kohli, talking in the post-coordinate introduction, focused on that their mentality of winning diversions won’t change in spite of the progressions with an eye on the World Cup. The arrangement at present stands 2-1 to support India with two additional recreations to be played in Mohali and Delhi.
“We will have a couple of changes in the following couple of amusements. We need to make sense of what those progressions are. However, the thought is to go out there and win matches and take a great deal of pride in winning recreations for the nation. That mentality won’t change. We will have a couple of new faces and they should benefit as much as possible from their odds in light of the fact that there is a World Cup coming and everybody needs to be on that flight,” said Kohli.