IND vs AUS ODI: 5 Indian players who may retire from ODIs after the series

IND vs AUS ODI: 5 Indian players who may retire from ODIs after the series

In the IND vs. AUS series, India has swept the opening two Test matches. India won the chasing tests in Nagpur and Delhi by an innings and 132 runs each. India holds the Border-Gavakaskat Trophy and leads the series 2-0.

Australia is in grave danger and must win the next two Test matches to even the series. The squad has a number of challenges, including injuries. Pat Cummins won’t be participating in the next Test because he had to go back home to see his unwell mother. Steve Smith will serve as the team’s leader while he is away. Josh Hazlewood and David Warner will also not play for Australia because to injury worries.

On March 17, the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai will host the first game of the ODI series. Once the second match of the ODI series is played in Vishakhapatnam on March 19, the third match, which will finish the tour, will be played in Chennai on March 22. Cricket Australia has picked a 16-person ODI side for the three-game series, with several players who will miss the final two tests coming back.

For the three-match series, the BCCI has unveiled their 18-player ODI team. Hardik Pandya will captain the team in the first ODI instead of Rohit Sharma. Rohit will be there for the remaining two games. In this article, we look at

his performance right now. KL Rahul is the team’s weakness for India. He has recently played some very terrible Test cricket. In a Test match, Rahul has not reached fifty since more than a year ago. Despite his success in the ODI series last year against Sri Lanka, there is not enough evidence to suggest him for ODI play. Rahul will bat in the middle order in ODIs, and if he performs poorly, he should probably retire.