I would not classify Shikhar Dhawan’s guys as the second string Indian ODI team: Maharaj, Keshav

I would not classify Shikhar Dhawan’s guys as the second string Indian ODI team: Maharaj, Keshav. In the three-match ODI series, South Africa is ahead 1-0.

The current Indian ODI side. The captained by Shikhar Dhawan, is not second string. According to South African spinner Keshav Maharaj, who also praised the Asian nation’s wealth of talent. The massive ICC tournament, which begins on October 16th. Is already left Australia with regular captain Rohit Sharma and his 14-man T20 World Cup team.

In order to manage their workload, India has been utilizing two teams concurrently for various forms, which has given them the opportunity to test young players like Shubman Gill on larger stages. Virat Kohli and other prominent players were not present, but India nevertheless put on a dominant show in Zimbabwe most recently.

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Maharaj praised the Indian team’s deep bench and said he wouldn’t refer to his present opponents as second-string. He continued by highlighting the importance of the IPL and the fact that some of the team’s players had adequate international experience. The 32-year-old said he was excited to play against India because of their top-notch batting order.

“I would not call it a second-string Indian side. India have so much talent that they can field four-five proper international sides. Having said that, a lot of the guys have IPL and have international experience. There are world class performers out there. It’s always nice to play well against India. Obviously, you want to prepare yourself. They have a world class batting line up,” 

Maharaj quoted.

Nevertheless, Maharaj was one of the standout performers in the first ODI in Lucknow, when he slowed the scoring rate and claimed the wicket of Ishan Kishan. The left-handed spinner has been brilliant on the field with his catching while also helping with the bat down the order. The second One-Day International (ODI) between India and South Africa is set for October 9th at the JSCA International Stadium Complex in Ranchi.

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