Hogg drops shock star opening batsman from his India XI for T20 World Cup

Hogg drops shock star opening batsman from his India XI for T20 World Cup

The Indian team is currently in Sri Lanka for 6 limited-overs matches and with the T20 World Cup scheduled to require place later this year, the players are putting their best foot forward to present a case for themselves to be included within the squad that goes to the UAE. With an enormous pool of kids , India are spoiled for choices, but former Australia spinner Brad Hogg sure knows the 11 Indian players he would really like to possess in his Playing XI.

Hogg picked out an inventory of 11 players that he wants to represent India at the planet Cup. At the highest of the order, Hogg went ahead with the opening combination of Rohit Sharma and captain Virat Kohli, meaning there was no room for Shikhar Dhawan, who has shown propriety within the IPL lately . At No. 3, Hogg picked the exciting Suryakumar Yadav, followed by KL Rahul at 4 and Rishabh Pant because the floater.

"My Indian team going into the T20 World Cup would have Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma opening the batting. i'd be a touch harsh on Shikhar Dhawan but they have some attacking players within the middle-order then they have to push Kohli up the order", Hogg said in his YouTube video.

"I have Suryakumar Yadav, a youngster to international cricket, at No.3. i feel his versatility goes to feature a touch of spice thereto batting line-up. KL Rahul is that the prime runner for the No.4 spot. Coming in at No.5 is Rishabh Pant and that i would keep him as a floater. If there's a wicket falling within the seventh over, i might send him up the order at dominate against spin. i might have Hardik Pandya at No.6 and Ravindra Jadeja at No.7".

As far because the bowling combination goes, Hogg feels it'll be important to ascertain who among Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal would get the nod, while sticking to the fast-bowling trio of Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Shardul Thakur and Jasprit Bumrah.

"If Kuldeep Yadav does well in Sri Lanka , having a left-arm wrist-spinner might be some extent of difference. But at the instant , Chahal is that the favorite spinner. Someone sort of a Thakur could get a chance because of his explosive batting and he's also good within the powerplay and at the death. Then you bought Bhuvi then Bumrah", Hogg acknowledged .

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