Former cricketer Deepdas Gupta has replied that Mayank Agarwal or KL Rahul would be a good player to replace Shubman Gill

Before the start of the five-match Test series against England, Shubman Gill’s injury has heightened Team India’s tensions. Following Gill’s injury, there has also been talk of who will replace him in the playing XI. India team with Mayank Agarwal and K.L. While there are two backup openers in the form of Rahul, skipper Virat Kohli also has the option of banning Hanuma. Many former cricketers have expressed their views on India’s opening pair in the Test series against the English team. In this episode, now India’s former wicketkeeper Deepdas Gupta has selected Shubman Gill as his favorite opener between Rahul and Mayank.

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Speaking on his YouTube channel, the former wicketkeeper said: ‘Mayank Agarwal and KL. You have two direct options in the form of Rahul. My vote is with Mayank Agarwal, because despite his poor performance two or three times, his overall performance is the best in India and especially abroad. We are the K.L. Talking about Rahul, whether he has opened up or played in his life, for Karnataka team or for India in Test and White Ball cricket.

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Cellphone Showroom When talking about Rahul’s strategy, Deepdas Gupta said, ‘But the way he plays white ball cricket, his technique has changed a bit, he has become more aggressive. His offensive technique has improved, but he hasn’t been paying much attention to his defensive technique. That is why I think at least KL Rahul is the best middle-order batsman in Test cricket. The first Test of the series between India and England will be played from August 4.

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