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Big Names To Be Dropped For West Indies Test Series? Wasim Jaffer Gives Player Suggestions

Big Names To Be Dropped For West Indies Test Series? Wasim Jaffer Gives Player Suggestions

Wasim Jaffer suggested a player who ought to be included in the Indian team for the upcoming West Indies Test series, and Cheteshwar Pujara might not like what he heard.

IPL 2023 saw Yashasvi Jaiswal in scorching form as the young opener finished fifth in the Orange Cap race with 625 runs in 14 games at a strike rate of 163 points per game and an average of 48 points per game. Additionally, the batter hit five fifties and a ton during the campaign.

Fans forgot about opening partner Jos Buttler’s poor performance because of his performances, who went on to win the Orange Cap in IPL 2022. Despite his efforts, RR finished in fifth place with 14 points, which included seven victories and seven losses, and was therefore unable to advance to the playoffs.

Jaiswal was given a spot as a reserve for India’s WTC final thanks to his IPL 2023 performance. Fans and experts have been pleading with the selectors to pick Jaiswal as one of India’s future openers for the upcoming West Indies Test series. Wasim Jaffer, a former India batter, joined the chorus and requested inclusion in the team.

Unquestionably one of them is Yashasvi Jaiswal. Whether you’re talking about domestic cricket, the IPL, or India A cricket, he has been a very prolific scorer in all of these different formats. Jaffer stated, “I believe he should be a member of the team.

This time, he was also given the chance. Although Shubman Gill and Rohit Sharma were playing, he was still a member of the team, so he obviously didn’t get a chance.

In my opinion, he ought to remain with the team so that he can be developed, and when the time is right, he ought to be given a chance, the speaker continued.

India suffered a crushing loss to Australia in the WTC final, which was set to take place at London’s Oval from June 7–11. Rohit and Company. Failed to put on a strong batting performance and received criticism for leaving R Ashwin out of the starting XI.

Rohit or Shubman may be benched if Jaiswal is included in the starting lineup. In London, the opening pair had a bad performance.

In the meantime, pressure is also being placed on Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara. Pujara’s failure to make an impact against Australia has prompted calls from fans in particular for his removal. He was only able to muster 14 runs off of 25 balls in the first inning.

Then, in the second inning, he was removed after receiving 27 runs from 47 pitches. On July 12, the away leg of the upcoming two-match Test series against the West Indies will start. A three-match ODI series and five T20 International matches will come after it.

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