Team India – An Analysis




Team India

Team India

Indian team is the red-labeled team with millions of eyes glued on it. What the team has, what are the factors that it needs to trade-off on for greater and evident success and so on.

Hosting is not a great deal, it is an issue of the committee, but the real pride to the nation and the fans would be bringing the World Cup home, six weeks from now.

The opening ceremony was (though I cannot put a right word here) outstandingly awesome, with Bryan Adams, colourful coming-in of the players.

Another snippet of less value but more interest would be how Raina made the team go apprehensive by almost missing the flight to Dhaka.

(I am deviating!)

Team India

  • If Test is a bowler’s game and ODIs for a batsman, then truly India stands a good position as it possesses an outstanding batting lineup.
  • Six men to crash the ball and five to break the stumps, when played with synchronization and confidence, the WC is all ours.
  • The bowling side looks very much devoid of experienced players. Yet it is speculated that Harbajan Singh and Zaheer Khan would bolster the bowling side.
  • If the fan-support is considered to be an important factor, well there is no scarcity of that here, as the soil is all ours. The home-ground support is 100% assured. (the fans should also show up to the matches played by teams other than India, proving great hospitality)
  • If the opening batsmen fail, in that case our middle order players are very vulnerable. The committees so far have tried a lot beyond their frontiers to bring up a complete holistic all-rounder; however it is a matter of great concern that the middle-order players should not stumble to fetch us the runs, their brittleness may prove cataclysmic.
  • The team’s performance has been hovering without consistency, if they gain a shape, it would be favorable.
  • The young blood in the team are the pillars of support, they are loaded with pretty much expectations from the committee and the country.
  • The highly potent middle-order player, Virat Kohli is the maximum runs-fetcher in the year 2010 who is expected to perform in the WC.
  • One major fear is the one those of injuries and low-feel due to dip in the morale.

Here ceases the analysis of the Team India, tomorrow awaiting the first match of World Cup 2011.

Go India!

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Hello folks! I am Bharathi Murali, 20, a Chemical Engineering student who always look at journalists or journalism students with a little jealousy in my eyes. I belong to Coimbatore now put up in Chennai. Besides writing, blogging I like traveling (on my bike), photography and silence. I have strong belief in philosophy. With regard to sports I just love watching them on TV when it comes to playing them I have tried to play most of the Indian sports with shallow knowledge in each. I am also a part of the University Basketball team and guess more than scoring I take care of defence better and well known for the fouls that I generally commit! I blog at www.thebhavachakra.blogspot.com. In one line I have always admired Bhagat Singh more than Gandhi, I support radicalism!

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