India aims to solve issues with death bowling

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In the three-match series against South Africa, which starts here on Wednesday, India will be seeking to wrap up their T20 World Cup preparation with a noticeable improvement in their death bowling in addition to giving critical game experience to their untested players.

Following India’s series victory over Australia, captain Rohit Sharma cited death bowling as an area that needs work.

Due to rest ahead of the ICC event next month, the hosts will be missing two of their top bowlers, Hardik Pandya and Bhuvneshwar Kumar.

In his comeback series against Australia, Harshal Patel did not have the best of times, but in the final three games before the World Cup, it is believed that he will return to form.

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