The excitement about the final match between India vs Australia is increasing. Only one day is left for the match. The match will be played on 19th November at Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium in Ahmedabad.
Playing eleven in the final has become a big challenge for Indian captain Rohit Sharma. Even when all the bowlers were getting beaten against New Zealand, Team India was missing the sixth bowler. But due to having only 5 bowling options, the Indian team had no option. In such a situation, the biggest question was whether playing eleven for Team India will change in the final.
Ravichandran Ashwin has come into the limelight before the final match between India vs Australia. There are speculations that Indian spin bowler Ravichandran Ashwin can enter the final against Australia. Ashwin has always proved fatal for left-handed batsmen. There are two left-handed batsmen in the Australian team, hence there is a possibility of Ashwin’s return in the final. Let us tell you who can be dropped from playing eleven upon Ashwin’s return.
If Ravichandran Ashwin returns as the sixth bowler, then batsman Suryakumar Yadav’s departure from the team is considered certain. Surya has not been able to show anything special with his bat so far in this World Cup, hence Surya may be eliminated from the finals. Ashwin is an all-rounder player, so he can score runs with the bat also.
On the other hand, if the Indian team fields only 5 bowlers and Ashwin returns, then fast bowler Mohammad Siraj may be removed from the team. Siraj has also beaten a lot against New Zealand. Bumrah and Shami cannot be dropped due to their excellent performances. Kuldeep Yadav proved to be very economical in the semi-finals. At the same time, keeping Jadeja out is impossible. So it is very much clear that Ashwin’s return, makes Siraj’s exit.