The Indian team, still on a high from their stunning performance over Pakistan, is not expected to have any trouble against the T20 World Cup underdogs Netherlands on Thursday. The solid but not particularly frightening “Orange” attack is predicted to lose to the powerful Indian batting lineup. India’s main goal will be to avoid becoming complacent because there is always a possibility of losing steam after winning an emotionally draining, intense game. Three of the top four batters, including captain Rohit Sharma, unreliable KL Rahul, and dangerous Suryakumar Yadav, will have the opportunity to score runs in this match before the following crucial match against South Africa, the outcome of which will determine the group standings. The only player in the opposing .
Both during the League stage and the Super 12 match against Bangladesh in Hobart, Tasmania, which is cooler, windier, and has bowler-friendly wickets, the Netherlands bowling attack shown respectable performance. On Thursday, though, things will be different since they’ll be up against a strong batting lineup on a track at the SCG that will encourage stroke-making.
The Indian hitters would also want to go out to a fast start after New Zealand’s 200-point performance against Australia in their opening match at the SCG. Even though it will be a new task playing against superior teams, a favorable outcome in the coin toss will offer captain Rohit Sharma and coach Rahul Dravid the opportunity to bat first, put up a score, and defend it.