Rohit Sharma-led Indian team for T20 World Cup departs for Australia

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India]: The India men’s cricket team, led by Rohit Sharma, left for Australia on Thursday morning for the upcoming ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, starting from October 16.
After failing to surpass the quarterfinals in 2017, the 2007 champs will try to assert the trophy this time around around. Team India had the ability to generate some momentum prior to the World Cup winning the bilateral series against Australia as well as South Africa.
The social media sites accounts of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) published a photo of the entire Team India contingent departing for the T20 World Mug.
“Picture perfect, let’s do this #TeamIndia. @cricketworldcup below we come,” BCCI tweeted.
The T20I series in between India as well as Australia and South Africa may have ended in success for India on house soil, however there are some severe problems as the team prepares to contend in the T20 World Cup in Australia.
Jasprit Bumrah was ruled out of the four-week competition on Monday with a back injury and will stay at home in India while his teammates take a trip Down Under for the display event.
Bumrah was initially called to spearhead India’s attempt at winning a second T20 World Cup crown as well as his lack is expected to hinder their chances of contributing to the title they won in 2007.
The BCCI are yet to name a replacement for the right-arm, although fellow seamers Mohammed Shami and Deepak Chahar are among the players currently on standby for the competition.
Before beginning their World Mug campaign India will certainly play a number of warm-up fixtures against Australia and also New Zealand.
They will begin their T20 World Cup war arch-rivals Pakistan on October 23 in Melbourne.

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