Rishabh Pant was clear with the process after the last match and as India get close to win this dominating series, Rishabh Pant targets on the significant issue of scoring in the middle overs.
The newly appointed captain has been able to manage himself with a lot of pressure, specially after losing two consecrated games in Delhi and Cuttack.
Rishabh Pant during the toss stated his strategy.
“We were looking to bowl first. The only thing we are focusing on is our process and are not thinking this is a must-win game. We are trying to increase our run rate in the middle overs and that’s what we are trying to achieve as a team. We are playing with the same team,” said Rishabh Pant after during the toss.
India’s playing XI is same like the previous 3 matches: Ruturaj Gaikwad, Ishan Kishan, Shreyas Iyer, Rishabh Pant(w/c), Hardik Pandya, Dinesh Karthik, Axar Patel, Harshal Patel, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Yuzvendra Chahal, Avesh Khan
All the reports suggesting that Rishabh will be leaving for England and Hardik will be leading the last two games has certainly claimed to be false after Rishabh walked out for his fourth game as a leader for the hosts.
Rishabh Pant tried a trick to flip the coin with his another hand this time but failed to win the toss again and with everything being same, South Africa will be bowling to chase in the magical stadium of Rajkot.
India is hosting the fourth T20I against the Proteas and Rishabh Pant and company have managed to make a comeback in the third T20I after losing the first two. The third T20I win also broke the sequence of South Africa’s continuous run of defeating team India.