Will Gujarat drop Matthew Wade?


GT Playing XI vs RR: Gujarat Titans faced their first defeat of IPL 2022 and the newcomers will be keen to bounce back in style when they face table toppers Rajasthan Royals on Thursday. While the bowling has stood up for the Titans, the batting has been a tad bit disappointing for Gujarat, and Hardik Pandya will be keen to address the issue when he names his playing XI. Overseas stars Matthew Wade and David Miller both face potential sackings having failed to make the most of their chances so far. Follow IPL 2022, RR vs GT live updates on Insidesport.in

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GT Playing XI vs RR: BIG DECISION for Hardik Pandya; Will Gujarat drop Matthew Wade? Follow LIVE Updates

Matthew Wade and David Miller are walking on thin ice as their spots in the playing XI remain up for grabs as Gujarat Titans prepare for the game against the Rajasthan Royals. Both Wade and Miller have gotten starts but have failed to kick on and captain Hardik Pandya is likely to consider his options. The Titans have exciting Rahmanullah Gurbaz on the bench who could slot in at the top of the order, while Drakes could beef the final overs batting.

Probable GT Playing XI vs RR

1. Rahmanullah Gurbaz
2. Shubman Gill
3. Sai Sudharsan
4. Hardik Pandya
5. David Miller/Matthew Wade
6. Abhinav Manohar
7. Rahul Tewatia
8. Rashid Khan
9. Darshan Nalkande
10. Mohammed Shami
11. Lockie Ferguson

GT Playing XI vs RR: BIG DECISION for Hardik Pandya; Will Gujarat drop Matthew Wade? Follow LIVE Updates

What other changes GT could make? Hardik Pandya could hand a recall to Vijay Shankar and place him in the middle order should he drop David Miller. In that case, a foreign slot opens up and Dominic Drakes could come into the side, for Darshan Nalkande, who nonetheless has been impressive. Gurkeerat Singh could also be an option, especially with his versatility to slot anywhere across the batting order.





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