Manohar Singh selected Indian bowling attack for the WTC final, find out who’s on the team

The final of the World Test Championship between India and New Zealand will be played in Southampton from June 18 to June 22. Former Indian cricketer Maninder Singh said Virat Kohli and team management should play Ravindra Jadeja and R Ashwin in the WTC final. Southampton will break the pitch as the Test match progresses, he said. He said if I was in the team management I would feed Ashwin and Jadeja.

In an interview with Hindustan Times, Manohar Singh said, “I speak with my friends in England. They say that the summer and this temperature is going up. They can get a lot of help. ”India will not play Ashwin and Jadeja together abroad. In 2014, India only made it to Manchester. But perhaps this time things will be different.

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Maninder Singh said, “Jadeja Bat and Rishabh Pant are ranked 6th. India have the opportunity to play two spinners. Team India has three fast bowlers and two fast bowlers who have a very balanced bowling attack with spinners. Regarding Jadeja, Jadeja said his latest form of bat was exceptional. He worked a lot in his batting.
There is. They give you the option of feeding the extra bowler.

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