Ajit Agarkar said why spin team is a concern for India

Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal have damaged the opposition teams before the 2019 World Cup. Before the World Cup, these two Indian spinners were the highest wicket takers. But the current Kuldeep Yadav is completely out of form. At the same time, Chahal cannot even get a regular wicket for Team India. According to former India fast bowler Ajit Agarkar, there is concern about Team India. If Kuldeep is to get a place in the T20 World Cup, he will need to return to form and regain his lost confidence.

Regarding Kuldeep Yadav, Ajit Agarkar told a virtual press conference: ‘Sometimes I think it is a little unfair to not play him (Kuldeep). But they need to regain their confidence and start bowling well. Both he and Chahal know that there are many players to take this place and the team will do well by competing. Kuldeep last played in T20 for India in January 2020. Before the T20 World Cup, Sri Lanka will play a three-match ODI series against India starting July 18. After that, India will play the T20 series. The series was supposed to start July 13th. But it has been pushed forward after coronation cases came to light in the Sri Lankan camp.

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Agarkar said, ‘Spin is a little worrisome for India, especially after Chahal and Kuldeep stopped playing together, but there are players like Rahul Chahar, Varun Chakraborty and if they can do well, it will give Virat a lot of choice. The T20 World Cup is not that far away, so this is a great opportunity for players to build on what is already on the team. These shows cannot be ignored ‘. Agarkar believes that players who regularly perform in a series playing with the white ball can be included in the World Cup squad. That said, there will always be hassle for two or three slots. That is why consistency is very important before the T20 World Cup.

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