IND vs AUS 2nd Test: The Indian team will play the second Test match of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy series against Australia in Delhi. Changes in the playing-11 are being considered as fixed for this match. Let us tell you that by winning the Nagpur Test by an innings and 132 runs, Team India took a 1-0 lead in the series.
IND vs AUS 2nd Test, Playing 11: India and Australia teams have reached Delhi. The second match (IND vs AUS 2nd Test) of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy Test series between the two is to be played in Delhi. At present, Team India has maintained a 1-0 lead in the series. He won the opening Test match of the series played in Nagpur by an innings and 132 runs. Now a change in the playing-11 regarding the Delhi Test is believed to be confirmed.
- This is the aim of Rohit Sharma
The captaincy of Team India is being handled by the opener Rohit Sharma. India has maintained a 1-0 lead in the series and now Rohit’s aim will be to double this lead. Team India’s record at Delhi’s Ferozeshah Kotla ground is also good. He has not lost on this ground since 1987 in Test format. The last Test match against Australia was played on this ground, in which only Team India won.
- Pat Cummins will change playing-11?
Pacer Pat Cummins is handling the captaincy of Australia. He can make a big change in the playing-11 for the Delhi Test. In this, most eyes will be on Travis Head. Head was not made a part of the last Test match. Matt Renshaw was made a part of the team in his place. Although Renshaw could not do anything special. He could not even open the account in the first innings while could score only 2 runs in the second innings.
- Australia will not forget 2013 defeat
The last Test match between India and Australia was played at the Delhi ground in the year 2013. Then the Indian team won by 6 wickets. In that test match which started from March 22, 2013, Australia was commanded by Shane Watson while veteran Mahendra Singh Dhoni was handling the captaincy of Team India. After stopping Australia for 262 runs in the first innings, Team India scored 272 runs. Australia scored 164 runs in the second innings and set an easy target of 155 runs in front of the hosts. Team India achieved the target by losing 4 wickets. Ravindra Jadeja became the player of the match who took a total of 7 wickets in the match and also scored 43 runs.