Legendary advice for the third test, Rohit, after Vijay-Rahul’s flop, is not an opportunity to open these players: It was expected that in the third Test, young batsman Prithvi Shaw would return. But due to injury, Shaw is now out for the entire series and in his place, Mayank Agarwal will be included in the team.
The third Test match between India and Australia will be played in Melbourne from December 26. During the first two matches, Indian openers Murali Vijay and KL Rahul were floppy It was expected, however, that the return of young batsman Prithvi Shaw in the third Test. But due to injury, Shaw is now out for the entire series and in his place, Mayank Agarwal will be included in the team. So the big question now is: Which player will go down on the field to open with Meiyak in the third Test. Will the team still give chance to any one in Vijay or Rahul or will open with Captain Virat Kohli Rohit Sharma? In this way, former Indian cricketer and manager Sanjay Manjrekar has advised Virat Kohli to start the innings with Hanuma Vihari before the match. Manjrekar praised Hanuma Vihari, said that we have seen all the potential of the Vihari and we should give him a chance to bat in the top 3.
Talking to a TV channel, Manjrekar said, “Hanuma Vihari sees batting as if it is technically strong enough. He chooses his shot quite wisely. Most of them try to get a straight drive in front of the wicket and pick up the runs. Watching his batting, the team can bat him in the top order. “With that, Manjrekar said that against the Mayank Agarwal, Manjrekar said it will not be easy to score runs on Australian pitches.
Manjrekar said, “If the team does not want to take any risk, then it can give Vijay the chance in the next Test.” At the same time, Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc said that the third test match against India from Boxing Day will be held in Melbourne The wicket of both teams will be astonishing. Although the wicket was described by the International Cricket Council (ICC) as poor during the Ashes series.
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