IND vs AUS T-20I series
IND vs AUS T-20I series

IND vs AUS T-20I series: Five players from India and Australia in IND vs AUS T-20I series increased the chances of the 2024 T20 World Cup: India hosted a t20I series between India and Australia which ended with India winning. This T20I series lacked some star power-hitting players and was missing several first-choice players from both sides, with several fringe performers putting up their hands with some strong efforts to make it to next year’s ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. We take a look at five players who have increased their chances of appearing for their country in the 2024 showpiece.

1. India’s leg spinner Ravi Bishnoi

Ravi Bishnoi
Ravi Bishnoi

The young right-hander has continued to impress at the international level and was the clear standout for India during the five matches as he claimed the Player of the Series award.

Bishnoi took a total of nine wickets in five matches – three more than any other player – and his economy rate of only 8.20 was the second-best of any Indian bowler.

While Bishnoi is likely to have to battle with the likes of Axar Patel, Kuldeep Yadav, Ravindra Jadeja and Ravi Ashwin for some of the slow bowling slots in next year’s T20 World Cup, the 23-year-old has already shown that he is much better than them. Capable of playing an important role.

2. Australia’s Left arm medium Faster Jason Behrendorff

Jason Behrendorff MI VS DC
Jason Behrendorff

A key member of Australia’s pace attack in the 2019 edition of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, Behrendorff once again made his mark with an excellent performance in India.

The experienced left-handed batsman took six wickets over the course of four matches in the series, with his best spell coming in the fourth match when he took 2/32.

But the most impressive contribution Behrendorff made to his team was his poor economy rate, with the 33-year-old conceding just 6.68 runs per over – easily the best of all Australia’s bowlers – in a series that was dominated by the batsmen. Was.

While Australia have good depth in their bowling attack, Behrendorff could prove to be an astute selection for next year’s T20 World Cup if the selectors decide to go that route.

3. India’s young middle-order batsman Rinku Singh

Rinku Singh

At face value Rinku’s 105 off four hits during the series doesn’t immediately catch the eye, but when you delve a little further the hard-hitting left-hander’s efforts demonstrate a key factor that could prove crucial for India. T20 World Cup next year.

Rinku had a strike rate of 175 while batting, which was better than any other Indian player and her efforts to end the innings by reaching the boundary in each of her innings really stood out.

The 26-year-old proved to be a match-winner in the opening game of the series when he maintained his composure on the final ball of the contest, while his 31* off just nine balls stunned India in the upcoming clash. Reaching a huge total of 235/4.

There is no doubt that the India selectors would love to emulate Rinku’s boundary-hitting exploits in the USA and West Indies next year.

4. Australia Right-arm leg break bowler Tanveer Sangha

Despite only having nine international appearances to his name, the young Australian spinner is already building an excellent resume that shows he is a promising player for the future.

Sangha featured in all five matches in India and took a total of five wickets with his best effort of 2/30 in the fourth game of the series.

Only two of Australia’s wicket-takers bowled with a more efficient economy rate during the series and Sangha has enough weapons in his arsenal to prove difficult for opposition batsmen in the United States and West Indies if selected.

While Sangha is likely to remain behind first-choice spinner Adam Zampa in the pecking order for Australian spinners, he looks the logical choice to travel as his back-up.

5. India’s young opening batsman Ruturaj Gaikwad

Ruturaj Gaikwad
Ruturaj Gaikwad

In the shortest format of the game, India has top-order batting options and Gaikwad continues to show his magic whenever he gets a chance at the international level.

The right-handed batsman was India’s only century scorer during the T20 series as he scored a brilliant 123* in the third match of the series and his total of 223 runs was the highest by any player in all five matches.

Gaikwad also featured in the top 10 in terms of all run-scorers in last year’s edition of the IPL and could easily partner with skipper Rohit Sharma at the top of India’s batting order in next year’s T20 World Cup, if The selectors chose to go that route.

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