The Indian team to stay in Dharmsala for two more days at Dharmsala as rest.
Indian team to take rest
The next match for the Indian team is on 30 October. India to take on England on next Sunday in Lucknow.
“The team will not travel today and will stay back in Dharamsala for two days. They will be resting before preparations for the next game in Lucknow begin,”. A BCCI official aware of the team’s schedule tells CricketNext.
The Indian team has effectively chased down targets. The highest being the 274-run challenge set by New Zealand in Dharamsala on October 22. Notably, India’s batting has displayed significant intent in this edition, led by Rohit Sharma at the top of the order. The captain has amassed an impressive 311 runs in 5 innings, maintaining a healthy strike rate of 133.48.
Furthermore, the chase master Virat Kohli, with four 50+ scores, including a century, in the World Cup for the Indian team . He nearly reached his 49th hundred in the format but fell just five runs short. Currently, he tops the run-getters chart with 354 runs in 5 innings, boasting an astonishing average of 118.
Shifting to the bowling department, Jasprit Bumrah stands as the Main man for this Indian team. He is consistently providing penetration and control in various phases of the game. He receives solid support from players such as Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammed Siraj, Ravindra Jadeja, Hardik Pandya, and the latest addition to the XI, Mohammed Shami.
However, there is no confirmation regarding Hardik Pandya’s injury status or his participation in England match in Lucknow.