Virender Sehwag and Ashish Nehra have said which team will dominate the third T20: IND vs. SL 3rd T20I

The third and final match of the T-20 series will be played between India and Sri Lanka on Thursday at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo. The current series is tied at 1-1. Former India opener Virender Sehwag and former fast bowler Ashish Nehra have said which team will dominate the match. While giving their opinion on the match, both said Sanju Samson should score for India. As for Sri Lanka’s playing XI, it is said that Sri Lanka will hardly change its playing XI.

Ashish Nehra said at the Cricbuzz event that India could feed Sai Kishore if Naveep Saini was injured. While giving his opinion on the third T20 match, Sehwag Sanju Samson said he had one last chance to prove himself. After this there is the IPL, he does not know how he plays in it. Sehwag, who has advised players from India and Sri Lanka, said that batsmen of both teams should feel that it is difficult to score on this pitch. If they play 30 or 40 balls and score 40 or 50, then that’s a big thing. If you score 140 or 150 on this field, it will be difficult to chase.

Sehwag said Sanju Samson should open India. It would be better for India if they cash it. Ashish Nehra said Sanju Samson started playing IPL ahead of Ishaan Kishan and Rishabh Pant. Sanju Samson has no shortage of talent but no consistency in him. Sanju Samson as a batsman needs to make some changes on this pitch. He said he had to score a run to keep up.

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Speaking of the second T20, Sri Lanka beat Sri Lanka by four wickets in an exciting match, leaving only five special batsmen without their key players. Batting first India scored 132 for five. Sri Lanka achieved this goal with two wickets in hand. Chetan Zakaria, Devadat Padikkal, Rituraj Gayakwad and Nitish Rana made their T20 debut for India.

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