World Cup 2019: It is not yet decided who will go to fourth place in the Indian batting order in the World Cup which starts
There have been many shocking decisions about the World Cup 2019 team and in this series, the Indian team management can try all-rounder Vijay Shankar of Tamil Nadu at the fourth position in the forthcoming tournament. Even before this, in the 2003 World Cup, the Indian team gave the opportunity to veteran VVS Laxman Dinesh Mongia, who was an all-rounder spinner. In the 2011 World Cup in India Yuvraj Singh played the fifth bowler and has been successful in grabbing 15 wickets in the tournament.
It is not yet decided who will go to fourth place in the Indian batting order in the World Cup which starts in May 30 in England. In the first three weeks of the Indian Premier League, perhaps the curtain took place. The team for the world can be announced between April 15 and 20.
It is, however, revealed that the Indian team management is satisfied with Shankar’s technique and the important thing is that he can withstand the pressure situation. To handle this number, Shankar will get the biggest challenge from Ambati Rayudu. Raidu’s average in ODI is more than 47 but it is not in rhythm.
“It is clear that Rayudu did not perform such kind of performance after playing a 90-run innings in Wellington, which could be trusted by him,” a team linked to the team told PTI on Tuesday. If he performs well in the IPL, things can change for him, but there is a general perception about him that the big innings he has played are mostly against weak bowlers. “
The advantage of Shankar is that he can never make a big shot and can bowl at least five o’clock. He said, “Shankar can be seen in two ways in the team. The advantage of the thing is that he is capable of rotating the strike and playing a big shot. In Wellington, he showed that he could also face swing bowling very well. What goes against them is that they have played only nine ODIs. “
Hardik Pandya will bat in the seventh position in the team and the fifth bowler’s quota will be complete with Shankar and Kedar Jadhav. Captain Virat Kohli said after the one-day series against Australia, “We have almost decided the team combination. There can be a change in the circumstances of the World Cup according to the circumstances. Apart from this, our opinion is clear about our last eleven in the tournament. There is only one place to discuss a bit, but as a team, we are very balanced. “
One option may be that Kohli bat himself at number four and KL Rahul came in third place as the Indian team did in Mohali ODI. Ricky Ponting and Sourav Ganguly, among the greatest cricket captains of the world, advised Rishabh Pant to be included in the World Cup team as the fourth batsman in the world.