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India vs Australia:2nd ODI: Series win would mean a lot

India vs Australia:2nd ODI: Series win would mean a lot

In the second ODI of ‘Do or Die’ against Australia, if the Indian team returns to Thursday then Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who has failed to keep the pace in the middle overs, will have time to worry about bad form. Due to disciplinary reasons, the hard-working Pandya was suddenly dropped out of the team due to the balance of the batting order has worsened. India lost Rohit Sharma by 34 runs in the first match despite the 22nd ODI century. Dhoni scored 51 runs in 96 balls and he could not rotate the strike. His slow innings make the possibility of a change in the batting order. Dhoni goes down to the fifth position and vice-captain Rohit believes that he should come up. Looking at the practice session of the Indian team though it is obvious that the team will not make any changes in the batting order right now. Dhoni had to get off the fourth over of the innings on the Sydney Cricket Ground, which is rarely done. Rohit, Shikhar Dhawan, and Virat Kohli’s performance have been so good that for the last two years Dhoni has never had to come so fast. Dhoni’s batting average at number four is 52. 95 which is current average 50 His average 50 at number 11 is more than that. 70 and 46 on the sixth. 33, but lower strike rate is more important than average. Dhoni’s fourth strike rate rating 94.21 is the strike rate of his career which is 87.60 India played in Australia in the last ODI in January 2016, in which Dhoni scored 18 runs in two matches in the fourth place.

India vs Australia:2nd ODI: Series win would mean a lot

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