IPL Prediction: “Remember he has over 5000 runs in first class”: Unexpected BCCI selector response to pant change for AUS test

BCCI selectors disdained both Ishan Kishan and KS Bharath. He had a rather unexpected reaction to substituting his pant for his Australian Test series, thus reminding both fans and critics of his ability in top-flight cricket. rice field.

Rishabh Pant the Batter will be missed more than his vastly improved wicketkeeping skills when India take on Australia in his highly anticipated Border Gavaskar series starting next month. The longest form of the pants, aggressive cricket, has become a prominent feature of India’s recent Test wins, especially at overseas venues. Therefore, Rohit Sharma would need either Ishan Kishan or KS Bharat to rise in this division. Both are included in the squad as wicket-keeper batsmen. However, his BCCI selector, Sridharan Sharath, had a rather unexpected reaction to the Australian’s use of his Pant in place of his test series, leaving fans and critics to top him. ‘s flight reminded him of his prowess in cricket. Thus, the discussion so far has been between Ishan and Bharat as to who would replace Pant. Ever since Wriddhiman Saha spiraled out of control, Bharat has been part of the setup as a backup option for his Pant. Ishan, on the other hand, was picked for his aggressive hitting style and left-handed skills, suggesting a potential replacement for Pants. Neither have made their Test debuts in India yet, but Ishan played a white-ball format in India, while Bharat played for a while as wicketkeeper in one of the matches in India when Saha suffered a neck injury. I participated only for a while.

“Suryakumar Yadav can also quickly take over the game from his opponent. He has a variety of shots to destabilize his attacks. Don’t forget he has over 5,000 first-class runs,” he told Sportsstar.

Like Bharat and Ishan, Suryakumar has yet to debut in Test his cricket. Nationally, in first-class cricket he played 132 innings, with 14 tons and 28 50s he scored 5,549 runs. But last December, he returned to Ranji his trophy for the first time in three years, and in Mumbai he scored 90 on 80 balls. Discussing emerging talent at the national level, Sharath said, “Sarfaraz, Abhimanyu Easwaran, Rajat Patida, Mukesh Kumar, Kuldeep Sen and Saurabh Kumar are very promising. They combine talent and numbers.”

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