The Indian cricket team has to play a very important ODI World Cup in the month of October November. The Indian team wants to end the World Cup exile that has been going on for twelve years. With the World Cup just a few months away, former Indian team coach and legendary cricketer Ravi Shastri has a piece of advice for the Indian team.
Since the World Cup is being held in India this time, the Indian team is considered as the contender for the title. The Indian team will be led by Rohit Sharma in this World Cup. However, Shastri expressed the wish that there should be two left-handed batsmen in the top six of India’s batting in the World Cup.
Speaking in an interview, he said,
“Indian team is doing great right now. The batting is also strong. However, the first six batsmen should have two left-handed batsmen. That brings variety to the batting order.”
He further said,
“We now have a capable option in the form of Ishaan Kishan. Also Tilak Verma can also make a place in the team. Ravindra Jadeja can also be given an opportunity to bat at the top order.”
Earlier, Shikhar Dhawan was seen as an opener in the Indian team for a long time. Also contributing to the team in the middle order. Ravindra Jadeja is currently the only left-arm all-rounder who is a regular member of the Indian team.
Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill, Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav and Shreyas Iyer are considered to be in the Indian team for the World Cup. Apart from this, the names of Ishaan Kishan and Sanju Samson can also be considered.
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