IND vs AUS: In a Historic Decision PCA Names Stands of Mohali After Star Cricketers, Harbhajan & Yuvraj Singh

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The mighty Aussies are all set to tour India for a mini tour of 3 T20I matches right before the world cup in their own backyard. These T20Is would be very basic as India will get to know their assets and shortcomings against the reigning champs. The T20I Series will begin on 20th September and Punjab Cricket Association has taken an incredible drive by naming stands to cricket greats Harbhajan Singh and Yuvraj Singh.

Given India’s new rut in Asia Cup 2022, the group can have a few changes as any semblance of Bumrah and Shami can make a comeback to strengthen the bowling unit. We have perceived how Bhuvneshwar Kumar was easily cleared by both Pakistan and Sri Lanka in the ending stages of the match.

In that stage, India needs the Yorker Expert Bumrah and a clever Shami. These 2 bowlers can limit any total with their experience to bowl during such stages of the match.

PCA on Harbhajan Singh and Yuvraj Singh –

PCA amazed everybody by accepting this choice as the T20I Series is around. “In a historic decision, the PCA executive committee, under president Gulzar Inder Chahal, has decided to name the Terrace Block and North Pavillion stands after legendary Indian cricketers Harbhajan Singh and Yuvraj Singh, respectively.”  


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“Both have been icons for Punjab as well as Indian cricket and fans as well players will be inspired on seeing the stands being named after these two cricketers,” PCA secretary Dilsher Khanna told Indian Express.

“Harbhajan Singh and Yuvraj Singh have been the most iconic players from Punjab. Apart from them, there are other famous players that Punjab has produced. The IS Bindra PCA Stadium has only a handful of stands as compared to other stadiums in India. So we primarily want to name the stands here after cricketers from the state,” added Khanna.

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Despite the fact that, Australians will be without David Warner for the India visit, they would be a power to deal with. The reigning champs realize that Indian circumstances are as of now not outsider to them as a ton of players partake in IPL and have flourished under tension. Cricket Australia would trust that they return to Australia with a victory instead of inquiries.

Australian captain, Aaron Finch might want to say something that he isn’t just in the group for captaincy. The hitter hasn’t played a long and huge innings since the last T20 World Cup 2021. The player is finding ways of getting out each time which isn’t great for the confidence of the Australian team.

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