Akash Chopra selected India’s opening pair for the T20 World Cup, who will open with Rohit Sharma

There are still a few months left in the T20 World Cup, but its fever is starting to rise. All teams are busy these days looking for their top eleven players for the World Cup. The same is true of the India team. The selectors and team management will be keeping track of some of the young players who have traveled to Sri Lanka. Virat Kohli has been a stellar performer in the T20 series against England, prompting fans to wonder whether Virat will play for Rohit at the World Cup or whether KL Rahul or Shikhar Dhawan will be Hitman’s partners. Former Indian cricketer Akash Chopra has expressed his views on the issue.

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Talking on his YouTube channel, a fan asked Akash Chopra to open with Rohit Sharma at the T20 World Cup. Virat Kohli, K.L. “There are four options for the India team in the form of Rahul, Shikhar Dhawan and Prithvi Shah,” Akash said. Former cricketer, KL Rahul and Virat Kohli said they hope Rohit will be their starting partner in the T20 World Cup. K.L. Akash said Rahul is ahead and Rohit can be seen opening with him. Rahul said he would like to see him play in the top order and if he comes in third he should open Virat Kohli.

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Talking about Hardik Pandya’s bowling, Akash said bowling was very important during his tour of Sri Lanka. Akash said Indian batsmen need to take lessons from the WTC final and turn their start into big scores in the Test series against England. The former cricketer admits that India have not lost a strong swing bowler under conditions like England. The five-match Test series between India and England will start on August 4.

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