Who will get a place in the second match between India and Australia

India team has shown their strength by defeating them in their first test match but still there are some weaknesses in the Indian team, let us know about those weaknesses.

Captain of the Indian team, Rohit Sharma seems to be in very good form, he proved it by scoring a century in the first match and looking at his fitness, it seems that he is going to lead the team in the future as well.

If we talk about the weak player in the Indian team, Rahul's form has become a matter of concern for the team,

for some time he is very upset because of his form, so maybe Shubman Gill can get a place in his place in the second match. Is.

If we talk about Cheteshwar Pujara then it seems possible for him to play in the next match.

Virat Kohli is also looking a bit worried about his form but everyone knows what a great player he is, he will try to get back to his form soon and play the next match as well.

According to the kind of strong performance Suryakumar Yadav has given in the recent matches, he will also be seen playing in the second Test match.

KS Bharat has performed very well in his first match, so it seems possible for him to play in the second match.

Talk about India's best all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja, he proved in the first match that how dangerous he will prove to be for the opposition team,

even though he is returning to the game after a long time, that too not in this match, but in all other matches. I will be seen playing.

R Ashwin is also an all-rounder, so he is almost sure to play in all the matches.

Akshar Patel had also troubled the opposition team a lot with his bowling and batting, so he too is sure to play in the second match.

Mohammad Siraj also kept the opposition team calm to a great extent with his bowling, so he has to play in the second match.

Mohammed Shami also proved to be very heavy on the opposition team with his bowling and at the same time he was very amazing with his bat, because of this he deserves to play in the whole matches.