India’s biggest challenge to me has always been finding that right combination: Parthiv Patel

India’s biggest challenge to me has always been finding that right combination: Parthiv Patel. “Now we are talking about just three Afghanistan games, if at all Virat, Rohit, or Bumrah play in them. So I think it is something that India will have to take into account,” Parthiv Patel said.

The Indian squad is preparing for the 2024 T20 World Cup. After narrowly losing out on the ODI World Cup championship, the Men in Blue will be looking to improve in the T20 format game. It is worth mentioning that the main event will be co-hosted by the United States and the West Indies.

There have been various arguments over who will lead the Men in Blue in the competition before of the event. Furthermore, the team may want to make a number of changes to its roster. In the same vein, former Indian cricketer Parthiv Patel shared his thoughts. He believes that the Indian team’s main struggle has always been finding the correct combination in their lineup.

“India’s biggest challenge to me has always been finding that right combination, especially in the T20 format,” Patel said in an interview with Cribuzz.

Furthermore, he stated that prominent players including as Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, and Jasprit Bumrah may be unavailable for India’s forthcoming white-ball assignments.

“Now we’re only talking about three Afghanistan games, if Virat, Rohit, or Bumrah play at all.” “I believe it is something that India will have to consider,” he remarked.

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They will have to go with whoever does well in the IPL: Parthiv Patel

In addition, Parthiv Patel believes that Team India would choose their roster for the T20I World Cup 2024 based on how the players perform in the 17th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL).

“They’ll have to go with whoever wins the IPL.” However, you will also need to declare the team roughly halfway through the IPL. As a result, it is a challenge. “I am sure they must have considered who is in line for the World Cup and whether we want to get them for the Afghanistan series before announcing the team,” Patel said.

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