Wasim Jaffer told Virat Kohli this secret code, who should be included in the playing XI in the third ODI

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Last Update: 2021-03-28 10:58:56 IST

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The way Eng won the second ODI against India, after that, Team India has been forced to think about which playing XI they landed on the field. Now Virat Kohli was advised by Wasim Jaffer.

Former Team India cricketer Wasim Jaffer is very active on social sites and is known for his funny tweets. Wasim Jaffer, known for his opinion on cricket matters, told Team India captain Virat Kohli through his secret message before the third ODI against England, what kind of changes he should make in the playing eleven as well. Who should join the team? 

Wasim Jaffer has been advising Team India through secret messages earlier and he has taken this step once again. Team India suffered defeat despite scoring 336 runs in the second ODI and the three-match ODI series was reduced to one each. After the defeat of Team India in the second match, Wasim Jaffer tweeted and congratulated Virat Kohli for the next match i.e. the third ODI.

After this tweet, the cricket fans immediately decoded his secret code and came to know that, Jaffé has advised Virat that all three players should be included in the playing eleven for the third match. Although Chahal's place may be replaced by Kuldeep Yadav's place here, Suryakumar Yadav's place does not appear to be built. On the other hand, if Virat drops Krunal Pandya, then Washington can be pretty fit there, but it seems unlikely. Now the third ODI between the two countries will be played on 28 March. 

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