India’s fielding coach R. Sridhar dismissed the change in the playing XI after rain washed out on the first day of the World Test Championship (WTC) match against New Zealand. The players selected have the potential to make the situations irrelevant, he said. In England, the climate changes abruptly, meaning that the temperature is low and there is a chance of cloudy weather. After the first day’s play in the rain, there were questions as to whether India would go with three fast bowlers and two spinners under changed conditions.
“I expected it to be the first question,” Sridhar told reporters after the first day’s play was washed out. Has the ability to irrelevant the selected XI instances. I believe this is the type of XI that can play and perform well in any kind of pitch and weather conditions. If necessary, a decision is made. Canceling the game on the first day, if necessary, can be played for four hours on the sixth day, which is kept safe.
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Sridhar said, “The ICC (International Cricket Council) has decided this is based on the experience of hosting the matches and they are aware of it. We all know about the weather in England. It is a wise and wise decision. Now that the game has started at the right time, we still have four hours of safe day. This is done to complete the match. The audience also wants to watch the whole match. Sridhar said of the players that Shubman Gill is in good form despite his poor performance in his home series against England and the Indian Premier League.
He said, ‘Shubman Gill is a great cricketer. I cannot tell you about the technique because Vikram (Rathod) can give the correct answer (batting coach). Shubman batted on my throwdown and he seems to be in good contact. His approach to his technique is clear.
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