New Delhi: Indian forerunners Rohit Sharma and Shreyas Iyer were injured in the first ODI against England. These Rohits are now out of the second ODI, while Iyer is out of the whole series. In such a situation, a big question arises as to who will take the place of these players in the squad. Before the second ODI, some major changes can be seen in Team India.
Gill can replace Rohit
Rohit Sharma was injured in the first ODI against England. In fact, a fast paced bullet from Mark Wood hit Rohit’s elbow, after which Rohit appeared in pain and medics had to come to the ground. After that, Rohit didn’t even enter the field to do the fielding. From now on, Rohit will no longer be able to play the second game. In the second game, Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan can send young batsman Shubhman Gill to start the innings. Gill recently had an excellent performance in the Test Series against Australia.
Who will replace Iyer?
Shreyas Iyer, on the other hand, will no longer be able to star in the series due to a shoulder ligament. Suryakumar Yadav (Suryakumar Yadav) or Rishabh Pant (Rishabh Pant) may have a chance in the squad instead of Iyer. Surya had recently struck brilliantly on his T20 Series debut against England. Speaking of Pant, he hasn’t stopped proving himself since the Australian tour. We will now have to see who is Kohli’s choice among these two players.
India has a chance to win the series
India have a great chance of winning the series by beating England in the next match. India is already ahead 1-0 in this series. If India wins the next match, then the series will be in its name. Additionally, if Team India wins the next two matches, they will reach the top of the ODI Rankings.