India’s fourth place in T20 World Cup

All teams have started to prepare for the T20 World Cup. The Virat Kohli-led Indian team is considered one of the strongest contenders for the title this time. India has a lot of specialist players in the lower form of cricket, and in recent times, many young players have increased their chances of being selected by Team India. However, it is yet to be decided which batsman will land fourth in India’s T20 team. Captain Virat Kohli has used this number with KL Rahul and Rishabh Pant, while Shreyas Iyer is fourth in injury time. Former India cricketer and commentator Akash Chopra said it was a lucrative deal to see which batsmen were ranked fourth in the T20 World Cup.

“You are talking about the ICC Trophy, but they have not won the IPL,” Suresh Raina said of Virat Kohli’s leadership.

Speaking on his YouTube channel, Akash said, “The most difficult question is who you want to choose. I am not in position at this time and according to me the selectors are not willing to take a call on this. If Rohit and Rahul are open and Kohli is in third place, then you will be playing Hardik and Pant in fifth and sixth respectively, followed by Ravindra Jadeja and then Washington Sundar. So there’s only one slot left and that’s the fourth number. Choosing between Shreyas Iyer or Suryakumar Yadav for fourth place is a tough call.

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The former cricketer said, ‘You tend to favor Shreyas Iyer because he has already done well in ODIs and he is the captain of his team. If they do well in IPL then you should go with them. But, if Suryakumar Yadav performs exceptionally well in six matches and in the IPL, you have to go with Suryakumar.

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