Indian team XI is weak for 2nd test against Australia | The weakness of the Indian team playing eleven years, does not the management of the team fear defeat?

New Delhi: After the embarrassing defeat in the first Test against Australia, the Indian team will have to return to the Melbourne Test. In the absence of Virat Kohli there will be a lot of pressure on the team, in such a situation, to make the test run even, the guest team will have to continue. However, looking at Team India’s XI, it doesn’t seem like the team’s management is afraid of defeat.

Indian team’s weak batting formation

Prithvi Shaw, who is in bad shape, has been left out of the squad. Now the pair of Shubman Gill and Mayank Agarwal will open up. After which, test specialist Cheteshwar Pujara will beat number three. Virat Kohli used to land on the ground as number four, but now Ajinkya Rahane will replace him. After which, Pant, Hanuma Vihari and Jadeja will come to bat.

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This means that no experienced drummer has been included in the squad in place of Virat Kohli. While the team had a good chance to try KL Rahul instead of Kohli and Hanuma Vihari could rest in this game.

KL Rahul has so far played 36 tests for the Indian team, in which he scored 2006 points. During this time, Rahul marked 5 centuries and 11 half centuries. While Vihari has scored 576 points in 10 games played. During which he marked 1 century and 4 half centuries.

Saha out of the squad after a match performance

Seeing this XI in play, big questions arose about team management. Hanuma Vihari couldn’t do much in Adelaide’s test, scoring 16 runs in the first innings and 8 runs in the second. In such a situation, KL Rahul (KL Rahul) might stand a chance, who is much more experienced than him.

Maybe Hanuma Vihari wants to give the team another chance, but then the question arises as to why this opportunity was not given to Saha (Wriddhiman Saha).

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Pant was selected in the game eleven instead of not being able to play in one game. Whereas Saha’s experience is more than Pant’s.

Gambhir accuses the team’s leadership

Gautam Gambhir also questioned the decision to remove Saha (Wriddhiman Saha) from the squad. He said the management of the Indian team has created “insecurity” among the players.

He said if Pant failed in the next two matches, would he fail? It is unfortunate that Saha played just one test in the series and was fired.