After a canceled T20 match, India is going to face South Africa at Mohali in the second T20 of Ind vs SA T20 2019. The first match got abandoned due to rainfall at Dharamshala and both the teams are eyeing up for a victory in the second T20 match. Both the teams have re-shuffled their playing members and are highly experimenting with their team order and strategies. Quinton De-Kock is going to lead the South African side while Virat Kohli will be leading the men in blue. Though experts are considering India as the favourite South Africa has some talented players that can turn a T20 game at any moment.
India has a favorable fortune whenever it comes to toss. In their previous encounter against West Indies, the men in blue have won all three tosses in the T20I matches. India is always regarded as a batting superpower but luckily the concept has changed in a positive way. Indian bowlers are equally dominating World Cricket as Indian batsmen. India has never stuck to a particular gameplan and have been convenient in batting or bowling first. According to today’s toss prediction, India is on the safer hand and is expected to win the toss.
The weather report of Mohali is much better than Dharamsala for cricket. It is quite humid with clear skies with a minor possibility of rainfall. The pitch also looks fresh and promising for fast bowlers. The pitch is surely going to offer a lot for bowlers of any discipline. India has a lot of promising players and they have always been great at their home ground. However, if we compare both the team’s head to head statistics South Africa is definitely on the upper hand.
Virat Kohli - He is surely going to be strong support for the Indian Cricket team like always. The captain has already white-washed West Indies in T20 series and is going to be a positive role model in home conditions. Kohli scored his 21st half-century of T20 against West Indies and has an average of 49.35. Virat Kohli is going to be the key player for India in any format currently.
Quinton De Kock - Quinton is going to lead the South Africa Cricket team from the front. After a devastating exit from the Cricket World Cup 2019, South Africa is surely looking for a fresh start in this series and Quinton De Kock is an important member of the team. De Kock’s performance in T20 has not been impressive with 2 half-centuries from 36 innings. Apart from batting, South Africa has a good bowling line up but the team needs to be balanced well in front of a strong Indian team.