T20 WC 2022 IND Vs ZIM Rishabh Pant can replace Dinesh Karthik in the playing XI against Zimbabwe

India vs Zimbabwe: In the T20 World Cup (T20 World Cup 2022), the Indian team will play in the Super-12 opposite Zimbabwe with their latest updates. This divine Indian team can change this playing. Can give opportunity to Rishabh Pant. That’s where the wicket is

Rishabh getting opportunity
According to the Super-12, in the latest climate, Team India may change their playing England unlike Babwe. They are also happy to be in this kind of outdoor environment. Rishabh Pant is included in the playing XI of the team.

Dinesh is still mad in T20 World Cup 2022. It’s a beautiful one too. In such a case, due to spoilage, it can be bad.

in place of Axar Patel
Deepak Hooda has been included in the playing XI in the advisory team of Rishabh Pant. Join the Hooda family group. , However, Hooda was included in South Africa.


Alone’s Iglevan

Team India’s playing XI
KL Rahul, Rohit Sharma (c), Totally, Suryakumar Yadav, Hart Pandya, Rishabh Pant (wk), Deepak Hooda, Ravichandran Ashwin, Kushal Kumar, Mohammed Shami, Arshdeep Singh

Probable Playing XI of BureauBabwe
Mausam Mwewere, Shug Vs Aire (Captain), Younis Sikbwa (Vitacan), Sinis, Sicily Raza, Milan Shumba, Wrl, Jongwe, Richard Ngarwa, Tendai Chatra, Basing Mubanichak.

Also further:

PAK vs BAN: 128 to spend in the season in Karo Maro, Afridi takes divine 4 wickets

SA vs NED: In India with the greenery of South Africa, according to the season


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