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    Discuss about india vs south Africa tour

    Now this time Indian cricket team look like world champion.
    but most of that matches were in India.
    But in 2018 all matches will play in outside of india. would this affect on continues winning?
  • #621093
    Always Indian cricket team is very good in its performance on their soil. This is generally true for any country. Recently India is at its peak and displaying a very good skill and winning in all formats of the game. One player or other is coming to the rescue of the time and many victories if we see they appear as a collective performance than an individual player excelling. In one game a batsman is showing top performance and in another match another batsman. The same is the case with the bowers.
    Now the team is going outside. So It is worth observing these players performance in their pitches. Especially winning in South Africa is a real test for our players. Many of the players may be going there for the first time also. So it is very interesting to see whether our players can maintain the same form what they have exhibited in our country. I wish all our players all the best on the tours.

    drrao
    always confident

  • #621110
    Every team worth its salt to be called as a national team will perform well in their home grounds, India is no exception. The home team uses the knowledge of the local conditions and cashes in on the visiting team short comings in a foreign place. We have been giving a good overall performance except for the 1st ODI against SriLanka. We have a good batting line-up and a decent bowling squad. Taking on South Africa in their own backyard is not going to be an easy task. The Indian team will obviously need to work hard bringing their best as a team with a few individual excellent performances in turn. Virat Kholi would be watched more eagerly and people would be quick to jump in to criticise him if he takes time to settle in. We, the Indians fans also should not except miracles that we will win every match, we should be prepared to accept tight matches, close margins and even a loss.

  • #621962
    Indian team always performed brilliantly in home soil but fond it tough in away tours.But in this time, under the leadership of Virat Kohli, things might change.India has a brilliant bowling line up and most of the batsmen are in form.Now let's see how things go.

  • #623281
    Even though India is ranked as the number one test team according to the ICC rankings this is definitely going to be a tight match for India . As we all know India is definitely a very tough team to beat in their on soil, it's not the same in foreign soil especially on the South African soil. South African soil definitely suits pace bowlers and it's not going to do good to the Indian spinners. And when we check the South African bowling line-up, we can see that they've really got some firepower, and we all know that they have a better bowling line-up than the Indian team . And in the Indian team things are not the same, we can see that the captaincy has moved from MS Dhoni to Virat Kohli who has lack of experiences as captain. The retirement of MS Dhoni is definitely a setback for team India under difficult circumstances like these (Former Indian player Sunil Gavaskar also spoke about this ) Our pace bowlers Ishant Sharma, Bhuvaneswar Kumar, Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah and Hardik Pandya has to perform some sort of magic on the foreign soil to win the test matches. Team India have got lots of inexperienced players which also makes this series a challenge.


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