The Indian squad schedule for the arranged visit to Sri Lanka in July is set to go through a significant change. According to reports from some famous media sources, India vs Sri Lanka 2021 arrangement plan has been changed.
The T20I arrangement, which was at first intended to be a 3-match undertaking, will have extra matches.
Rahul Dravid might be assigned as the Head Coach of Indian Team
Almost no data relating to the India-Sri Lanka visit has yet been made accessible from either country’s cricketing sheets. A significant part of the news coming about the arrangement depends on famous prattle and grapevine correspondence.
A couple of days back, for example, sources near the BCCI had affirmed that Rahul Dravid will mentor the India group in their Sri Lankan task. Dravid, on his part, is yet to affirm this turn of events.
However, for as unsubstantiated as they may be, these bits of grapevine news unquestionably give a lot of fervour; particularly for every one of the fans as of now secured down their homes.
Furthermore, the furthest down the line improvement to have arisen is unquestionably one that fans will appreciate.
As indicated by a report from Sportstiger.com, group India will currently play 5 T20Is in Sri Lanka rather than 3 matches as initially arranged. This will help the men-in-blue in better assessing their seat strength in front of the T20 World Cup that is planned to be played in the not so distant future.
The ODI leg of the Sri Lanka visit, notwithstanding, is probably not going to change, and highlight 3 matches as it did before.
India vs Sri Lanka series will be run in the same time when England-India Red Ball Series
Men In Blue visit to Sri Lanka will be a remarkable one in the perspective that another senior-division India group will be at the same time taking an interest in an alternate cricketing occasion at an alternate corner of the world.
The Sri Lanka Limited-Overs arrangement is required to happen in late July; around a similar time, the test group will be in England for a five-match test arrangement following the World Test Championship Final.
The group in England will include a few of India’s all-design players like Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Rishabh Pant, and Jasprit Bumrah; permitting the Indian LOI group to explicitly prepare its T20 subject matter experts. Well known theory proposes that accomplished India opener Shikhar Dhawan will skipper India in Sri Lanka, with Shreyas Iyer filling in as his representative.