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Will Pujara and Rahane be released? I know the Indian XI for the second test …

The second game of the test series between India and South Africa begins today at the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg. India won the first game with 113 runs and didn’t aim to win the second game. India can win their second game in the series if they win their second game at the Wanderers’ home stadium in South Africa. Therefore, the team will put together their best team today. Just hours before the start of the second test, we want to see what India’s possible eleven will look like in the game.

KL Rahul and Mayank Agarwal, who scored brilliant centuries in the first game, will be Team India’s opening players in the second test. The start of these players, who play with good mutual understanding, will be crucial for India in the game. The currently weak Cheteshwar Pujara gets another chance in the team. The player will hit number three.

Captain Virat Kohli will play in fourth position. Ajinkya Rahane will follow. Although not in good shape, Rahane is supported by team management like Pujara. So don’t even think about getting Rahane out of the game. Rishabh’s position as the wicket keeper is also secure.

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There is evidence that India will play bowlers in the second Test as it did in the first five. Ravichandran Ashwin will be the only weirdo on the team. He took 2 wickets in the first match.

India will likely put up a four-man pace squad in both Tests 2 and 1. Jaspreet Bumra, Mohammad Shami, Mohammad Siraj and Shardul Thakur will be in the starting XI. India’s pace line-up performed brilliantly in the first test.

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The Wanderers in Johannesburg is home to India’s best test record in South Africa. India has played five Tests in South Africa since returning to international cricket in 1991 after being banned. The team won two and three draws.

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