IND vs AUS 3rd Indore Test Probable Playing XI : Now the third match of the four-Test series between India and Australia is going to happen. The third match will be played at Holkar Stadium in Indore, the match will start from March 1. However, the advantage for Team India is that the Indian team has won the two matches played so far in the series and the series will be captured as soon as they win one match. Now Team India has reached Indore and training is going to start soon. Although there is still suspense on what will be the playing eleven of Team India. The biggest question is about KL Rahul whether he will be seen playing in the third Test for Team India or not. It is not that KL Rahul is not the only point of tension for the Indian team, there are some other players too who are not able to perform the way they are known for and which the team needs.
KL Rahul’s poor form is a matter of concern, Shubman Gill is sitting out
KL Rahul used to be the vice-captain of Team India in the first two Tests, but when the Indian team was announced by the BCCI for the remaining two matches, KL Rahul managed to make a place in the team, but was stripped of the vice-captaincy. The special thing is that no player has been made the vice-captain of the team. In such a situation, the news of taking this decision later is coming out. Meanwhile, talking about the performance of KL Rahul, in the first match played in Nagpur, he scored 20 runs in the first innings with his bat and in the first innings of the second match, he could only score 17 runs and one run in the second innings. That is, he has not been able to score more than 20 runs even once. Questions are also being raised for KL Rahul because opener Shubman Gill is sitting out despite being in good form. But it is not that KL Rahul is the only player who has not been able to score runs in the first two Tests. It also includes former captain Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara.
Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara haven’t even scored runs
First let’s talk about Virat Kohli, who has also been the captain of the team. Virat Kohli scored 12 runs in the first Test played in Nagpur, but for this he had to face 26 balls. After this, when he came to play in the second test i.e. his home at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi, he scored 44 runs in the first innings with his bat, when he faced 84 balls and scored 20 runs in the second innings of the same test. Got out when he faced 31 balls. That is, even with the bat of Virat Kohli, not even a single half-century has come in three innings. Now talk of Cheteshwar Pujara, whose bat yielded only seven runs in the first innings. After this, when he came to play in the second innings, he was dismissed for zero in the first innings. After this, 31 runs came in the second innings and were not dismissed till the end. Means KL Rahul has scored less runs than Virat Kohli and more runs than Pujara. Although there is not much discussion about these two. Meanwhile, it is also certain that Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara will definitely play in the next Test, but the sword hangs over KL Rahul. Now it has to be seen what the captain Rohit Sharma and coach Rahul Dravid decide about the playing XI.