Ravi Shastri picks the pacers, Young speedster fits in

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With the T-20 World Cup knocking on the door, it’s high time for experts to express their views on the titbits of the Indian Men’s Cricket team. It may be the analyses, the predictions, and the probable combinations, that may help the team a bit. Sanjay Manjrekar is a common name doing so. He named the probable spinners who can book their flights for Australia. Now it’s time for the former coach Ravi Shastri to express his views too.

Ravi Shastri preferred to pick the fast bowlers for the World Cup. He has voted for three main pacers who will rightly suit the ‘Men in Blue’. However, there’s another all-rounder, and a young speedster too who tops Shastri’s list for the World Cup.

Arshdeep Singh, a must choice for bounce and angle: Ravi Shastri

According to Ravi Shastri, Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar will be the certain choice for India. Mohammed Shami will be the right partner for the two. Apart from that, Shastri chose Hardik Pandya as the right all-rounder. He too picked the newbie Arshdeep Singh as the fourth pacer. According to Shastri, its Arshdeep who will gift variety to the pace attack.

Shastri pointed out that, Arshdeep will get benefit from the bounce in the Australian pitches. He will be able to create angles, which can be an added strength to the Indian pace attack.

While speaking of Arshdeep, Shastri said the Fan Code,

“I will definitely keep him. I will take him for variety for the variety he provides. And you can bench whoever you want to. In Australia, left-armers normally do a good job. There is bounce and the angle that Arshdeep creates. He will be an ideal foil when you look at the Indian attack.”

Shastri further added,

“If there are four pacers picked there, I would pick three right-armers, one left-armer and one all-rounder, which is Hardik Pandya. Jasprit (Bumrah) and Bhuvi (Bhuvneshwar Kumar) are certainties, and I feel (Mohammed) Shami will get the nod.

The T-20 World Cup 2022 is all set to start from October 16th to November 13th in Australia.

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