Virat Kohli may have revealed India’s opening pair for the first T20I against England on Friday, but KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma have several slots to prevent there being some two players in the squad. , Which is expected to be a toss-up between two or more players.
There is a bit of noise about Ishan Kishan and Suryakumar Yadav, who earned their first T20I call-up for India, but which player gets a chance in the middle order remains to be seen. Kishan and Yadav are likely to battle for the No. 4 slot, but as Shreyas Iyer. There is a possibility of going with one of these three for the position of India, but it was up to Brad Hogg, the place should be of Yadav.
Hogg said in a video on his YouTube channel, Suryakumar Yadav, because he is an aggressive batsman, plays 360 degrees and is difficult to bowl.
There is another area in which India wants to achieve its serialization and combinations. The Ahmedabad pitch was useful to the spinners in the Test series, but will it be the same in the T20Is, will India go ahead with three spinners and if they do, who will they be, who will be the pacers, will Bhuvneshwar Kumar get the team? Returning in the game will help or will help in taking Deepak Chahar forward.
Will India go with Sundar and Chahal, both of them do not have the same height as Ashwin or Axar Patel. So will India go with those two special bowlers or three spinners, Hogg said.
The English batsmen were not ready to sweep him at first. So Patel got to play. Whether he will go with three spinners and Hardik Pandya as the third spinner will be a big question.