IND vs IRE 2nd T20: Team India, will win this series with the intention of winning

After winning the first match, the eyes of the Indian team is to win the match to make the series its name. With the victory in this match, Team India will have to try their ‘Bench Strength’ through this match also. In the first match, Team India did not have any problem in winning.

India vs Ireland: Virat Kohli’s captaincy team India will now play against Ireland in the second and final match of the T-20 series on The Village ground. After winning the first match, the eyes of the Indian team is to win the match to make the series its name. With the victory in this match, Team India will have to try their ‘Bench Strength’ through this match also.

In the first match, Team India did not have any problem in winning. The opening pair of Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan gave him a big score, after which the spin duo of Kuldeep Yadav and Yuswendra Chahal did not allow Irish batsmen to regain the wicket. Lokesh Rahul, who has a strong performance in the IPL 2018, can get a chance to play. In the first match, he could not find a place in the playing XI.

However, after the dismissal of Rohit and Dhawan, no other batsman could score. The reason behind this was also that in the last over the batsmen lost wickets in an effort to make runs quickly. In the last over of the innings thrown by Peter Chase, the Indian team lost three wickets including MS Dhoni, Rohit Sharma, and captain Virat Kohli. India’s batting is strong and therefore there is no concern for them. Captain Virat Kohli can also make some changes in this match.

In the bowlers, Jaspreet Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar bowled a bit. Bumrah got the wicket too, but Bhuvneshwar did not get success. Kuldeep had taken four wickets in the last match while Chahal got three successes. Ireland will have to raise their game level. Apart from bowling and batting, the fielding of the team was also very poor.

In the batting, James Shannon was able to stay on the wicket for Ireland. He played brilliant innings of 60 runs in 35 balls. Apart from them, no other batsman could stand on the other end. Peter Chase took four wickets in the bowling If Ireland wants to equalize, then they have to improve in three areas of the game.