Clean Bowled?

The Indian cricket team that are currently on tour in Australia have performed way below their standards. Is it time to bring in fresh legs into the squad?

Published: 23rd January 2016 04:13 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd January 2016 04:13 AM   |  A+A-


HYDERABAD: It is always dissapointing when Indian cricket team loses to Australia. Well, it is very saddening to see how Aussies have swept the One Day Internationals series. The team has not won any of the mathces played in the cuurent series being played in Australia. So far four ODIs has been played between the two teams and all of them had the same old result - India could not make their mark in Australian soil. First three matches saw a very disorganised Indian team but, the fourth match saw Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan scored centuries. However, their efforts went in vain when Aussies comfortably won the game. The question is that why is the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) not replacing out-of-form players in the current squad. Do you think that current team members should be given more chances to prove themselves? Or should BCCI take efforts to bring in fresh talents into the squad. Our strategy is also something that is not supporting the style of players when looked at it individually. Will we see a better performance in the T20s?

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