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HUGE UPDATE ON PLAYING XI! THESE ‘2’ CHANGE IN THE TEAM ARE FIXED! Know who will be out?

Only a few hours are left for the third Test match of the Border Gavaskar Trophy
between Team India and Australia to begin. In such a situation, what signals have been
received from the press conference of both the captains that took place just a while
back and what are those signals indicating? to the playing eleven we will tell you in this
video of ours. Just a while ago, Rohit Sharma’s performance in this match and Steve
Smith, who captained Australia, took place and a lot of questions were asked from both
of them. But too many questions have been asked about from the two changes in the
Australia team, that is, from the changes that we have already given you, these two
changes are not in the Indian team, but who else is this. It’s two changes and both of
Cameron missed the first two Tests due to injury.And now the one who is fully fit, has
told under oath that both are fit and they will play. According to Steve Smith, this is
what will be decided before the toss. Cameron Co Sheila’s possible playing XI could be
something like this. Captain Steven Smith Private Usman, Khwaja Manas Jewel, Shiva,
Peter, Handscomb, Alex, Carrie, Cameron free4talk Murphy Nathan Line and Matthew
Pune This could be Australia’s playing XI. This question is also being asked in the
media since many days. By especially I mean since many days. It is almost clear that
when the second Test match was won by India, it did in that too.

Visible since last 1 year. Runs do not come off his bat and the way Suman has done it
in full form in the last year. After the second consecutive Test match in Yemen, it was
seen that Rahul is ahead of Rahul in three minus for the rest of the friends.was taken
away and theirs was gone, so everyone put their mind on it. It has been assessed that
in the third test match, maybe now vice-captain KL Rahul will not play because Rohit
Sharma has been in such a situation. In this, all the players have a chance to hide the
signal around their neck. to include them Means there were not many experienced
players. There was nothing surprising in this. It means that Rohit Sharma is saying that
taking away the captaincy does not mean that he will not be hired. Money is wasted.
We have given no bigger signal than snatching that captaincy.

That means KL Rahul’s chances of playing are still there and then when the question
was asked about the playing XI, Rohit Sharma, what did he say on the playing XI, see
also if there is a question of both, then training and practice is the same. Let’s do it. An
optional practice session for the whole team today the players practiced. As far as our
playing XI is concerned, we have not finalized it yet. I will announce it at the time of
toss itself. That is, Rohit is saying that we have not made the playing eleven yet.
Before that, I will tell you what the playing XI is exactly, if we consider the earlier
statement that Rahul is now the vice-captain, then how could be the playing XI of Team
India. see this now Something like this can happen at the time of independence. Rohit
Sharma, KL Rahul or one of Dil, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat, Kohli, Akshar Patel,
Mohammed Shami and Mohammed Siraj, rest of the players are sure to play the same
number of players. There will be no change in that.

The final decision on this will be taken by Rohit Sharma just before the match. Either of
these two will play and he is telling that brother! KL Rahul has the upper hand because
the captain’s statements are in themselves.

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