Indian cricket symbol Sunil Gavaskar feels that the Indian side can play 3 spinners in their playing XI in the T20 World Cup experience against the Afghanistan side. Adding that India can avoid one with regard to Mohammed Shami or Shardul Thakur from the side, Gavaskar believed that if Hardik Pandya bowls, India have 3 medium speed choices in their setup.
Gavaskar additionally named Ravichandran Ashwin as a ‘top class’ spinner and said that it doesn’t make any difference in case Ashwin is bowling to a right-gave willow wielder or a left-gave one.
“There is no mischief in considering going with 3 spinners moreover. What’s more, perhaps not have someone like Shardul Thakur or Mohammed Shami. Go in with 2 seamers and 3 spinners since, supposing that Hardik can come in and 2 overs of medium speed, you will in any case have 3 medium pacers in the group.
A top-class spinner like R Ashwin, it doesn’t have any effect whether he is bowling to a right-hander or a left-hander,” said Gavaskar in a visit with India Today.
Afghanistan batsmen can without much of a stretch pick Varun Chakravarthy: Sunil Gavaskar
The 73-year-old Gavaskar additionally said that the Afghanistan side has various secret spinners in its weapons store, and subsequently, the Afghanistan batsmen can undoubtedly pick Varun Chakravarthy. Gavaskar closed by expressing that assuming India needs to handle a spinner who will bowl at a more slow speed, then, at that point, the Virat Kohli-drove outfit could settle on Rahul Chahar.
“Examining the quantity of secret spinners that Afghanistan themselves have, see somebody like Mujeeb and a portion of the other people who they don’t play in the XI, they have a plenty of this load of secret spinners.
So it very well may be simple for them to pick somebody like a Varun Chakravarthy. So certainly, I would see somebody like R Ashwin. On the off chance that by any means, they are searching for somebody who will dial the speed back, they can check out Rahul Chahar,” closed Sunil Gavaskar.