WTC Final: Team India spinner, Jadeja and Ashwin ranked, Michael Holding’s answer

Everyone is eagerly waiting for the final of the World Test Championships between India and New Zealand. The match will be played in Southampton, England from June 18 to 22. Former West Indies bowler Michael Holding believes R Ashwin may have a chance to play a spinner in Team India’s XI. India’s bowling attack is very strong. For this reason, there will be a lot of problems in choosing the Eleven playing Virat Kohli.

R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja are most of the matches in Team India’s XI. But if Team India play either of these two, they will compete for the spot. Ravindra Jadeja takes the lead in Ashwin’s batting but Ashwin does not show any breaks in bowling. According to West Indies legend and one of the world’s greatest bowlers, Michael Holding, “If spinner is included in the Indian team, Ashwin will be approved.” Speaking to The Telegraph, Ashwin was selected as the only spinner in Holding, playing XI, which is being defined in the UK.

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Certainly conditions play a very important role, he said. But no matter what kind of bowling attack India has, they can certainly help. He can still play two spinners, though the weather remains perfectly clear. He has that advantage. Despite the humidity, I think there is a spinner in the India team. In that situation, bat can also contribute to Ravichandran Ashwin. Aegis bowl pitch turns and India loves it.

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