India have won the toss and elected to bowl first in the T20I series opener clash against South Africa. Back-to-back T20I series’ for India ahead of the next month’s coveted T20 World Cup is a testament that the side is not leaving any stone unturned to live up their dream of lifting the title for the second time.
Rohit Sharma-led will try to get the fine-tunning done in the T20Is against South Africa before the showpiece event. India have defeated Australia 2-1 in the T20I series which concluded in Hyderabad on Sunday. The series win against defending T20I World Champions is a major boost to India’s morale which dripped following their second-round exit in the Asia Cup.