Australia Playing 11 For 2nd ODI: After losing by 5 wickets in the first ODI, the Australian team can enter the second ODI with major changes. The second ODI match between India and Australia will be played on Sunday, 24 September at Holkar Stadium, Indore. Know how Australia’s playing eleven could be in this match.
Australia’s weak link was bowling in the first ODI.
The Australian team’s bowling looked very weak in the first ODI. The team had entered with only one main fast bowler and one main spinner. Rest all were all-rounders. In such a situation, the team can make changes in the bowling department in the second ODI.
This ‘Indian’ spinner may get a chance
Indian-origin leg spinner Tanveer Sangha may get a place in the playing eleven in the second ODI to be played at Holkar Stadium in Indore. Sangha can be included in the playing eleven in place of Matthew Short. Apart from this, Josh Hazlewood may also return to the team. Hazlewood can replace Sean Abbott in the final eleven.
Mitchell Starc and Glenn Maxwell will not be available
After the defeat in the first ODI, Australian captain Pat Cummins had indicated that Glenn Maxwell would not be available in the second ODI as well. Mitchell Starc will also not play the second ODI. However, both these star players are expected to play in the third ODI.
Australia’s probable playing eleven for the second ODI – Mitchell Marsh, David Warner, Steve Smith, Marnus Labuschagne, Cameron Green, Josh Inglis (wicketkeeper), Marcus Stoinis, Pat Cummins (captain), Tanveer Sangha, Adam Zampa and Josh Hazlewood.
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