2nd ODI India VS South Africa Pre-Analysis
2nd ODI India VS South Africa
After winning the first ODI against India, South Africa is now preparing itself to face a loud music because India will definitely try to put back its action into reality in the second ODI which will be played at Holkar Cricket Stadium at Indore. It will be played tomorrow at 1pm. Both teams are willing to produce as high target as they can but here in Indore cricket stadium, India have strong memories as it has made its highest scores there.
In the pre-analysis of the 2nd ODI India and South Africa, again it is to be analyzed that whosoever win the toss would try to engage itself on the crease by creating a total of more than 320. Chasing for such an amazing target the opponent team must adopt and follow strong instructions. But at that time the spinners should have target the prey.
In case, if South Africa won the toss it should ball first because it is assumed that India is good in chasing. South African spinners must try to dismiss as many Indian batsmen as they can before the end of 40 overs. The main target must be Rohit Sharma, Virat kohli and Shikkar Dhawan. If these are dismissed easily, then it would be more easy for South Africa to chase the little target. But if South Africa bat first, it will have to set a target more than 320 because now the opponent team would try to come back with more action after loosing a first ODI India vs South Africa with such closeness. The squads of both teams are same except of India where Harbajan is replacing Ashwin because of the injury, which is again a strong draw back for India and probably a good news for South African batsmen.
Virat Kohli should play at second of third number in order to make a quick good total. Whereas AB Devillers is in a great form, he would try to come with the same action which could be very dangerous for India. If the partnership of Hashim Amla and AB devillers and du plessie worked, then the victory would be of South Africa. We wish them all the best for the second ODI .