Difficult For Indian Team To Beat Kangaroos In Semifinal

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Australia will enter into the semifinal of the ICC World Twenty20 without their captain, but the briefness of the set-up make sures that teams do not truly miss players. The Australians easily defeated Sri Lanka in their last group game although they were without their brilliant captain, RickyPonting, and India overstepped South Africa even if they were without Yuvi, man of the match the earlier evening.

Australia continues to intimidate the opposition in big games that’s why Sri Lanka has been failed whenever they have adjoined in a big game. In the last few games, Adam Gilchrist and Matthew Hayden have looked worrying, and when they do well, their group looks very hard to hit. India will expect to make a few early breakthroughs as the rest of the Australian batters have hardly had any time in the middle.

The semi-final might just be decided by how well the Australian openers play India’s new ball bowlers. The other advantage for Australia has been the properness of their speed bowlers. Stuart Clark was exceptional against Sri Lanka, and it’s unbelievable to see how fine he has brought up his game in the last couple of seasons.

While Indian team will be happy at their presentation thus far, they would recognize that it is very hard to beat kangaroos in a big tourney. On the eve of a significant occasion, it is often heard that they are ready and equipped to hit the world champions. So, the question is that whether this forceful, young Indian side will be capable of beating Australian team. It’s good that this young side has very few players bearing the psychological marks of earlier defeats against Australia. They should not think of the result and just enjoy the challenge of playing in a semifinal.