India vs Bangladesh Playing XI: The second ODI will be played in Dhaka on Wednesday. Know who will get a chance in the playing XI?
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The second ODI between India and Bangladesh is on Wednesday in Dhaka. Team India is 0-1 behind in the series, having lost the first match by one wicket. Now the question is, with which playing XI will Team India take the field for the return? There are reports coming from the Team India camp that one of its players has been injured. According to media reports, Shardul Thakur is injured and he is not sure to play in the second ODI. The change in the playing eleven of Team India is believed to be certain. Let us tell you which player can have an entry and who can be out of the playing XI?
According to media reports, Shardul Thakur is not fit yet and in such a situation, Umran Malik may get a chance in his place. At the same time, Akshar Patel, who was unfit for the first ODI, can also get a place in the playing XI of Team India. It is possible that he will play in place of Shahbaz Ahmed. However, the decision on Shardul-Akshar Patel will be taken before Tuesday’s team practice and match.
Ishan Kishan will sit on the bench only
It is believed that once again KL Rahul will play the role of wicketkeeper. In such a situation, Ishan Kishan may have to sit on the bench again. Although Ishan Kishan can also play as a batsman, but the team is going to give more opportunities to Shikhar Dhawan. KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer are sure to play, although there may be a change in the batting order of both.
What will be the pace bowling attack?
Among fast bowlers, Kuldeep Sen may get another chance. This right-arm bowler proved to be expensive in the first match but he can be given another chance. The playing of Deepak Chahar and Mohammad Siraj is also being considered as fixed.
India Probable Playing XI: Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, KL Rahul, Washington Sundar, Shahbaz Ahmed/Akshar Patel, Shardul Thakur/Umran Malik, Deepak Chahar, Mohammad Siraj and Kuldeep Sen.