Ravi Shastri is the former coach of India. Virat Kohli’s average in the Test against Australia will motivate him if he manages to settle in the first two innings. That’s why he will remain for the Australian team. Kohli’s record against Australia will motivate him. And Virat Kohli is finding it difficult to get off to a good start.
You should look at his first two innings. If he starts well. In such a situation, he will be very difficult for the Australia team. They definitely won’t do that. Shastri said in a conversation with Star Sports.
Virat Kohli averages less than 50 against Australia. Which he took forward.
Shastri said that India should keep their 11 ready with Shubman Gill and then take a call based on the track. He doesn’t want Suryakumar Yadav to be dropped as a 40-wicket haul from his side could prove to be a game-changer.
Your number 5 will have the best players. Surya is such a player. The activities that will happen and will try to strike.
If you want to do well in India. That’s how you move and you don’t pollute the ocean. Blocking will not give. Quick 30 – 40 runs can change the fortune of the game. They can get Suryakumar Yadav. Ravi Shastri, a veteran of 80 Tests, asked himself to be backed as India won by a margin of two matches.
The better keeper should get the green signal against the spinner.
Rishabh Pant’s absence will really hurt India and Surya Shastri has admitted that having a better opinion in such a situation is a tough call. Or a relatively safe guard in India.
It is a tough call for India. How important is Pant? He stopped all adventures. Not only did his keeping improve but he could get under the skin.
He is very dangerous as a batsman. Pant should play more matches. Can put up winning points better than any of our top five batsmen in recent times. That’s why it’s such a big blow.
As far as choosing between Ishaan Kishan and Bharat is concerned. Ravi Shastri has said that if the pitch turns, a better keeper should be employed. They will need a good keeper for Jadeja, Kuldeep and Ashwin. now it’s up to you. who does what.