The destructive opening pair of Rohit and Shikhar did exceptionally well for India in the opening game and added some runs in front of their names.
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England , in Southgate's mind, would be making a risky mistake if they started thinking too far ahead of themselves. Which scenario would provide a more favourable route to the final? "We play against them near enough every week".
Spinner Yuzvendra Chahal, who picked up 3-38 Wednesday, suggested that the team did not read too much into England's unbeaten performances in the five-match one day global series and the one-off T20 match against Australia.
Fast bowler Chase then cleaned up Rohit, who fell three runs short of a record-equalling third T20 global hundred, and was handed his fourth wicket when India captain Virat Kohli was pouched at deep midwicket.
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"Look, we've already announced we will experiment with the middle-order a lot", the 29-year-old said. The Indian side is looking good and strong.
In KL Rahul, Dinesh Karthik, Umesh Yadav and Siddarth Kaul, India have four in-form players to unleash at Ireland. The live match India vs Ireland is televised on Sony Six. Destructive T20 batsman Raina might get the nod ahead of Karthik despite the latter's recent showings in the shortest format of the game. Peter Chase picked up four wickets for Ireland late on even as he went for 35 runs in the four overs.
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Wrist-spinners Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal snared seven wickets between them in Wednesday's win and are expected to retain their place for the clash. Low ranked but highly efficient on their day, the Irish have evolved over the years to play some fantastic, hard hitting cricket. Wednesday's reverse was a far more chastening loss but Ireland T20 captain Gary Wilson, while "obviously disappointed", insisted: "We can look forward to Friday because I do think we had enough positives out there to show that we can play against teams like these". "But if we can negate their spin in Kuldeep and Chahal, that would stand us in good stead".