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Lots to consider for India as the World Cup countdown begins

Rahul Dravid may not have followed or obsessed about artificial intelligence and system simulation during his playing career, but he may pay extra attention to the computer-generated and AI-driven lucubration over the coming days and months. In a World Cup year, playing against a strong opponent like Australia gives a valuable opportunity that is difficult to waste, and the India coach, 15 months into his job, is aware of the pressing situation.

The Indian team must find a way to break the knockout curse given their poor record in ICC events since 2015, and in this context, planning will include treating each game of the three-match series beginning Friday like a threshold game. Indian cricket may not use the term "knockout simulations" much in the future, but the team's strategy won't change much. This kind of preparation is very common among IPL teams.

The Indian group can use the series as a stage to get ready for represent the moment of truth circumstances that might come their direction in future, all the more exactly On the planet Cup. Regarding each match as an elimination round against Australia is an ideal recipe for the future for a side that is No 1 on the planet except for without a significant prize for very nearly 10 years.

In the absence of Rohit Sharma, Hardik Pandya, who was in charge of the team in the first one-day international, offered a glimpse into the team's strategy for the series. " We are going to try to be a little bit brave. We have performed quite well, in my opinion, over the past few series. They can get as close to the wire as they can with all of these bilaterals, which are difficult. The stand-in skipper stated on the night of the match, "That is the only way we are going to learn and start playing under the pressure of the knockouts."

Other from knockout simulations, there are other issues that require attention, and one of them is selecting the appropriate individuals. Dravid, Pandya, and Rohit will be hoping to choose individuals who can deliver for them in the home World Cup, so the national selectors' maximalist approach—they have chosen 18 players for the series—is a test in a manner.

Who will be the second spinner clearly following Ravindra Jadeja—Axar Patel, Washington Sundar, Yuzvendra Chahal, or Kuldeep Yadav—is one of the decisions that must be made. Given that all four are in the squad, the decision is difficult. The decision between Jaydev Unadkat and Arshdeep Singh, the second left-arm pacer, will be more difficult. One is a squad member, the other is not.

Another decision to be made is if KL Rahul is the only candidate left for the position behind the stumps or if Ishan Kishan is still a possibility. By the way, both will take the field in the opening ODI, with Ishan beginning with Shubman Gill and Rahul batting perhaps at No. 5.

The management of the team will also consider what it will be like without Jasprit Bumrah, the nation's unquestioned best fast bowler. The team faces an uncertain future now that the pacer has undergone surgery because there are no guarantees that Bumrah will be able to play in the World Cup. The death bowling has been problematic without Bumrah, and Dravid and company face a difficult challenge on this front. There are not a lot of choices.

However, Pandya stated that the team is prepared for any scenario regarding Bumrah's recovery. "I'm quite confident that the guys who have taken on the role of Jassi will be doing very well," the all-rounder stated. "To be very honest, we aren't much bothered because the guys who have taken the role of Jassi will be doing very well."

Before the World Cup, India will have another chance to take on Australia outside of the current three-match series. Before the World Cup, the Australians will arrive early, and a third three-match series is planned. In addition to the Asia Cup in September, a few series against South Africa and Sri Lanka appear to be on the horizon. The Indian team will play enough matches to finish preparing for the World Cup, which will officially begin on Friday at the Wankhede.

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