Australian team may enter the second T20 with 3 changes, these players may be exempted

IND vs AUS 2nd T20I, Australia Playing XI: The second T20 match of the 5-match series being played between India and Australia will be played on Sunday, November 26 at the Greenfield International Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram. In the first match, Team India chased the record of 209 runs and won by 2 wickets. Now Australia, which lost the match, can make 3 major changes in the playing XI in the hope of winning the second match. Let us know what could be Australia’s playing eleven.

These three changes are certain in Australia

Australia can make the first change in the form of opener Matthew Short, who proved unsuccessful in the first match. In place of Short, Travis Head, who scored a century in the 2023 World Cup final, can be included in the Kangaroo team. Head played a match-winning inning of 137 runs in the World Cup final against India.

After this, the second change in the team can be in the form of an all-rounder. Aaron Hardy, who was part of the playing eleven in the first match, can be replaced by star all-rounder Glenn Maxwell. Maxwell played an innings of 201* runs while chasing the target in the league match against Afghanistan in the World Cup.

The third change in the team is almost certain, in which spinner Tanveer Sangha can be replaced by star spinner Adam Zampa. In the first T20, Tanveer Sangha did take 2 wickets, but he gave away 47 runs in 4 overs at an economy of 11.80. In such a situation, Tanveer proving costly can become a threat for them in the next match.

Australia’s probable playing eleven in the second T20 against India

Travis Head, Steve Smith, Josh Inglis, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Tim David, Matthew Wade (wicketkeeper and captain), Sean Abbott, Nathan Ellis, Jason Behrendorff, Adam Zampa.

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