Ahead of the IND vs NED clash on Sunday, Rohit Sharma & Co are currently training at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium.
IND vs. NEDE Practice LIVE Team India is currently undergoing an optional training session. Rohit Sharma & Co will dead-rubber final league stage clash of the World Cup 2023 On Sunday, November 12, the Netherlands will be playing at Bengaluru’s M. Chinnaswamy Stadium. The team will also hold a pre-match press conference at 1:45 PM. India, with a perfect eight-game record of eight wins, will face the Dutch in full force.
The Netherlands team will also be practicing at the same venue at 6 PM. The Netherlands’ pre-match press conference is scheduled for 5:45 PM.
The Men in Blue want to keep up their impressive form in the lead-up to the semi finals. On Friday, Rohit Sharma and other players, including Virat Kohli Ravit Ashwin ShreyasIyer, participated in a rigorous net practice. Notably, wicket-keeper-batsman Ishan Kishan chose to sit out of the practice session.
IND vs NED Clash: Rohit Sharma & Co aims semis with dominance
The Indians have shown a complete dominance in both the batting and the bowling departments. Most of the Men in Blue’s victories have been lopsided. They have dominated their opponents right away.
Pakistan and New Zealand both had strong performances at the beginning of the World Cup. However, when they faced India, they suffered four consecutive defeats. The Indian bowling attacks humiliated Sri Lanka with a dismissal of only 55 runs. Meanwhile the South African team was up against the hosts.
India is likely maintain the same line-up when it faces the Netherlands on the Sunday. It’s possible that Jasprit Bhumrah, the star pacer, will be rested to prepare for the crucial knockout games. Mohammed Siraj or Mohammed Shami would be the pace department’s leaders in such a case. Shardul Takur will be the third seamer.
India’s probable playing team vs Netherlands Shubman Gill, Rohit Sharma (c), Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, KL Rahul (wk), Suryakumar Yadav, Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Shardul Thakur, Mohammed Shami, and Mohammed Siraj. paraphrase