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IND vs WI: In the second T20 match, this veteran may be out of India’s playing XI

IND vs WI: Team India defeated West Indies by a huge margin of 68 runs in the first match of the 5-match T20I series. India will try to make it 2-0 in the series by winning the second T20 as well. However, for this the Indian team management can take some tough decisions and some players may have to sit out of the playing XI. The player whose place in the playing XI seems to be in danger is ‘Shreyas Iyer’. The Indian team management can give a chance to Sanju Samson or Deepak Hooda in place of Shreyas Iyer in the second T20 match.

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Slow batting will be the reason
If Shreyas Iyer is dropped from the second T20, then the big reason for this will be his slow batting and not being able to convert good starts into big scores. Shreyas Iyer is starting well but is unable to convert his innings into big scores. He himself had accepted this fact. Even in the ODI series against the Windies, we saw that despite good starts and timing in all the three matches, he could not score a century and Shreyas is not able to bat fast. And this could also be the reason for his exit in the second T20. Let us tell you that in the last match, Shreyas was out for zero.

Shreyas Iyer/ @ ​​BCCI

chance for samson or hooda

Sanju Samson/@ twitter
Deepak Hooda/@ twitter

The team management can replace Shreyas Iyer with Sanju Samson or Deepak Hooda in the Indian playing XI. Both these batsmen are known for their explosive batting and are in good touch. While Deepak Hooda scored a century in T20 against Ireland, Sanju Samson also played a blistering half-century in the same match. Therefore, considering the hitting potential of T20 cricket and the West Indies team, Sanju Samson or Deepak Hooda can be included in place of Shreyas in the second T20 match.

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