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The Indian cricket team has to participate in many important matches this year. Team India’s preparations for this year’s Asia Cup and ODI World Cup seem to be missing a lot. No concrete playing 11 of the team is known yet. Meanwhile, Ravi Shastri, who was the coach of Team India, has given a special advice. Former India head coach Ravi Shastri believes that keeping three left-handed batsmen in Team India’s top 7 batsmen will strengthen the Indian team’s middle order for the Asia Cup and the subsequent World Cup to be held in India.
what say former coach
Shastri said that apart from all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja, India can keep two other left-handed batsmen in the team. He told Star Sports that there are three other places in the batting order where I think two left-handed batsmen should be kept. This is where the role of selectors becomes important as they keep an eye on the players. They know which player is in good form. If Tilak Verma is in good form then give him a place in the team. If you think Yashasvi Jaiswal is doing well then pick him in the team.
include these players in the team
With two right-handed batsmen KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer likely to return from injury in the Asia Cup starting August 31, it will be difficult for the team management to keep three left-handed batsmen in the playing XI. Along with this, Shastri also took the side of Ishan Kishan and expressed hope that he will perform well. He said that if you are taking Ishaan Kishan in the last six to eight months and he will also do wicketkeeping, then in any case his place in the team should be confirmed. Whatever it is, two left-handed batsmen must be there in the team.
Shastri further said on the same issue that including Jadeja, there should be three left-handed batsmen in the top seven batsmen. Ishan Kishan has been keeping wickets for the last 15 months, so why look for someone else? The former India coach also heaped praise on Tilak Verma, who made a good start to his international career in the West Indies. Shastri said that I am very impressed with Tilak Verma and I want a left-handed batsman. If I want one left-handed batsman in the team, I will definitely look at his name.
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