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Friday, August 17, 2018

India vs England 3rd Test - Rishab Pant In Indian Squad.

India vs England 3rd Test - Rishab Pant In Indian Squad.@HitmeSix



Apart from Bumrah for Kuldeep, another change that looks almost certain is Rishabh Pant for Dinesh Karthik. And it's an interesting one, this. Pant is very young, very aggressive and very unorthodox - which means either he cracks a 35-ball fifty, or gets out very early.
Pant batted for a long time in the nets on Thursday (August 16) while Karthik was asked to bat only at the end. Also, Pant was asked to keep in the nets to the spinners. Karthik, on the other hand, helped with some fielding drills and waited for his turn to bat, which was at the very end, alongside Karun Nair and Shikhar Dhawan. If the nets are to be taken seriously, and most times they should, India look like they have their XI already in mind. Don't let Ravi Shastri fool you.

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