Ravichandran Ashwin could not find a place in the playing XI in any of the first four matches.
Former Australia captain Ian Chappell (Ian Chappell) believes that Ravichandran Ashwin (Ravichandran AshwinThere are so many talented players that they should be included in the playing XI in every possible way. Chappell believes that it is a very intimidating thing for other big teams that Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli) There is room for some improvement even in such a good and strong team.Also Read – 5th Test: Gavaskar raised questions on English media, ‘Why is the finger being pointed at India without evidence?’
In his column for ESPN Cricinfo, Ian Chappell (Ian Chappell) said, “Ashwin’s performance on the Australia tour was excellent. He can contribute well with the bat as well. Such a bowler should find ways to give India a place in the playing XI. Also Read – India vs England 5th Test: Angered by the attitude of BCCI, ECB knocked on the door of ICC, asked- what is the status of Manchester Test?
Ian Chappell said, “There is no doubt that India is a very good all-round team. He has proved it by winning two consecutive series in Australia and now in England, amidst the impact of Kovid. Apart from this, he looks invincible at home. ” Also Read – India vs England: Ravi Shastri and Virat Kohli going to book launch not responsible for Corona’s entry in Indian team: Farokh Engineer
Chapel (Ian Chappell) said, “It is a scary thought for other Test teams that Virat Kohli’s hugely successful team can improve.
The Indian team management preferred left-arm spinner all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja over Ashwin in the Test matches against England. Chappell said that the presence of Jadeja, Ashwin, Hardik Pandya and Rishabh Pant makes the lower middle order very strong.
“In an attempt to find the right balance between the right and left-handers in the middle order at The Oval, they may have unintentionally found a solution – playing Ravindra Jadeja at number five,” he said.
Chapel (Ian Chappell) said, “If Jadeja proves himself suitable for this position, then he will need only one fast bowling all-rounder. The ideal player would be a fully fit Hardik Pandya but he also has another option in the form of Shardul Thakur. The middle order with Jadeja, Rishabh Pant, Pandya and Ashwin should score runs as expected.
Chappell said, “After this there will be three fast bowlers, then there will be a variety of attack to support the batting. That’s the advantage of a strong and balanced attack – you don’t need big scores to win.