Team India will have a ruthless approach for the upcoming games. In hunt for yet another series whitewash!
Although team India’s win in Indore makes this clash a dead-rubber, the visitors have lot to prove. With the series already in home side’s kitty, India look to continue dominion over rivals Australia.
Ahead of the fourth encounter in Bengaluru, the men in blue are sweating it hard at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium. Looks like there will be no let-up in intensity as a ruthless India look to inch closer to yet another series whitewash when they take on a beleaguered Australia in the fourth One-day International here tomorrow.
Virat Kohli and co are keen to keep the winning streak going. The body-language in the training sessions at the venue indicate a ‘no-mercy’ game. The pitch looks promising for a run feast with a huge galore of boundaries.
On days when the reliable customer Kohli fails, likes of Pandya and Rahane step up to the occasion. Recent performances of MS Dhoni also suggest he is getting back in his true colors. Rohit and Rahane have hold the opening slots fair to their reputation. All said and done, India’s strength always been their batting. With all guns firing this batting line-up look the best one in recent times.
If needed, India can also count on the likes of Kedar Jadhav and Manish Pandey to deliver the goods with the willow, though one of them could make the way for home boy KL Rahul tomorrow.
Surprisingly in the bowling department, India has improved leap and bounds. Hardik Pandya’s growth as an all-rounder has added a new dimension to the team. His ability to take wickets as well as giving the team 10 good overs has certainly boosted the bowling unit. Pandya’s show with the willow is also commendable, as he is the top scorer in the series with close to 270 runs.
Seam bowlers Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah have been troubling Australia’s top-order and cramped the others for room in the death overs.The young wrist spin duo of Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav caught the attention with their very impressive showings, and India never seem to have missed Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja.
India looks a complete side and will eye for the most anticipated series white-wash. From here on Australia will look to play for pride and consolation which seems like an uphill task.