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"Yes and no." That was Virat Kohli's smiling answer to whether India are planning to stick to their five-bowler strategy. He was speaking after India had just lost the third T20I to England by eight wickets and looked obligated to rethink their team combination. All but that has come easy for India of late.
India came into this series wanting to "bat freely" and not depend on "one batsman having to bat long." And as fate would have it, that's how they brought up their only win in the series so far. In fact, it was Kohli, who in the lead-up to these games had spoken about wanting to break away from the "pattern," playing the anchor at one end as Ishan Kishan and Rishabh Pant did their thing from the other.
The win had come at the cost of a bowler, a strategy that backfired for India only a couple of nights later. They struggled for wiggle room in bowling against an all-attacking Jos Buttler who would take England to victory. India would have killed for a sixth bowling option on the night but they would also argue how that strategy had failed them earlier in the series when their five batsmen and an all-rounder could only total 124 runs across 20 overs -- the scoring made difficult in no small measure by a tacky, two-paced pitch.
India's World Cup campaign later this year might be played on better surfaces at the start of the cricket season in India, but these games against England, in these sticky conditions, are all India might have to prepare. Cricket Betting Tips The experiments then, are likely to continue.
It will be interesting to see how India react to Tuesday's loss, and how they prop up their bowling without taking too much away from the batting. Finding an all-rounder, who makes their batting and bowling greater than the sum of its parts, will be a good start.