India vs South Africa: Both Team Can Played This 11 in The First T20

  • A Total of Three T20 Matches will be Played Between the Two Teams From 15 to 22 September.
  • The First Match will be in Dharamsala, the Second in Mohali and the Third in Bengaluru.

India vs South Africa: The first T20 between India and South Africa will be played at Dharamshala tomorrow i.e. Sunday, 15 September. Both teams have reached this beautiful city. The wicket here usually proves helpful for the fast bowlers in the beginning. In such a situation, it is believed that the team that wins the toss can bowl first. There will be a total of three matches in the T20 series. The second one will be played at Mohali on 18 and the third match in Bengaluru on 22 September. Here we are informing you of the possible playing eleven of both the teams for this match.

De Cock will Captain for The First Time in T20 International

Hardik was rested on the West Indies tour. The African team is commanded by the 26-year-old Quinton de Kock and has to lead a team that is set for next year’s World T20. Cock will captain South Africa for the first time in T20 Internationals and the challenge before them is to defeat a strong team like India at their home. By the way, South Africa have played two T20 Internationals against India in India and won both matches.

India: Kohli can land with three fast bowlers

Considering the mood of the wicket, Kohli can go into this match with three fast bowlers. These include Hardik Pandya who is an all-rounder. His brother Krunal is also confirmed in the team. Washington Sundar recently performed well against West Indies A. Therefore, their place is also made. Ravindra Jadeja has proved to be economical in T20. They will also be in the team.

This could be Team India’s playing XI

Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli (captain), Shreyas Iyer, Rishabh Pant (wicket-keeper), Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, Krunal Pandya, Washington Sundar, Deepak Chahar and Navdeep Saini.

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South Africa: Strong batting

The South African team does not have regular captain Faf Duplesi. T20 specialist JP Duminy is also not part of the team. Despite this, the batting of this team can therefore be called strong. The reason is that most of the team players participate in many T20 leagues. The captaincy responsibility is with wicketkeeper batsman Quinton Dickock. There are batsmen like Reeja Hendrix and David Miller who have been playing in the IPL. Good fast bowlers like Kagiso Rabada and Enrique Nortje and left arm spinners like Tabrez Shamsi are also part of this South African team. India vs South Africa.

This could be South Africa’s playing XI

Quinton Dickock (wicketkeeper and captain), Racy Vandere Dusen, Temba Bavuma, Buren Hendricks, Reeja Hendricks, David Miller, Enrique Nortje, Andy Felukhuvayo, Dwayne Pretorius, Tabrez Shamsi and Kagiso Rabada.

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