Rohit Sharma on Playing XI: Rohit Sharma is not averse to changing one or two players in every game during India’s T20 World Cup campaign, starting in Melbourne on Sunday. During the past year, India has used 29 cricketers in T20Is, some by choice and some by design.
The captain wants his team to be a mix, where players would be inducted instinctively and also based on available databases (match-ups).
The information we have about how teams have fared at this time of year is limited at times like this. Often, Rohit said, “You choose a player based on his current form and how he is doing,” ahead of their much-anticipated opener against Pakistan.
I am open about my playing XI. I don’t mind having a few changes per game in my playing XI. We also study a lot of data.” India skipper did not hesitate to admit that they have not done well in major ICC tournaments, describing it as a challenge rather than a pressure.
Rohit added, “The pressure is constant. I refer to it as a challenge to win against Pakistan. We have not won an ICC event for nine years, and with a team like this, I am disappointed.”
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