Ravi Shastri: Claims Shubman Gill to play in third Test ahead of KL Rahul

Around the halfway point of the current Border-Gavaskar Trophy, the argument over whether Shubman Gill should be selected over KL Rahul for the starting XI is still going strong. The former head coach of India, Ravi Shastri, has endorsed Gill to play in the match over KL Rahul against the Australians in the third game of the four-match Test series.

There have been rumours that the management may choose to select Gill for the Indore Test rather than the out-of-form KL Rahul because both cricketing heavyweights are expected to make several decisions regarding the lineup. Ravi Shastri openly acknowledged that the team should play Gill in the upcoming match on the eve of the third Test.

Shubman Gill is currently that good.He deserves a shot regardless of whether he succeeds or fails, based on his merits and form. The team management is aware of KL Rahul’s physical and psychological condition. They are aware of the proper method for observing someone like Gill Speak on the most recent episode of The ICC Review ravi Shastri.

Here, you want someone in top form, someone who is smoking hot like Gill. He’ll argue against. He must break down that door and enter the side. Now since he is not the vice captain, the decision must be made by the team management, “Shastri tacked on.

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Because to their resounding efforts, India under the leadership of Rohit Sharma now has a commanding 2-0 series lead and has successfully defended their Border-Gavaskar Trophy. Despite succeedingShastri went on to say that the addition of Gill will not change the team’s lineup for back-to-back games.

In no way. It really all boils down to performance, I mean. It is affixed to the board. The performance is right here. It’s challenging for a coach to simply sit down and ask a player, “Here is what’s on the board, what do you think?” said Shastri. I recall having to do it frequently.

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