Virat kohli wants to include Mohammed Siraj in the playing XI of the WTC Final at any cost, this is the reason
India and New Zealand ( India Vs New Zealand ) of the World Test Championship final (between World Test Championship 202l Final ) in about eleven Virat Kohli ( Virat Kohli ) and Ravi Shastri ( Ravi Shastri ) are still engaged in brainstorming . It is being told that both of them want to include Mohammad Siraj in the Indian fast battery . At this time both are looking for options regarding this.
From 18 to 22 June, the final match of the World Test Championship is to be played at Rose Bowl Stadium from Southampton. This is the first time since the West Indies tour in August 2019 that Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah are available to play together in a Test match. In such a situation, it will not be easy for anyone to sit outside to make room for Siraj .
According to the news of Times of India, it is believed that Ishant Sharma can be rested in this match for the time being. Siraj ( Mohammad Siraj ) being what they constantly back to join the team to bowl with the same intensity. Virat and Shastri want to bring in a bowler who has the ability to trouble the batsmen by tossing the ball on the pitch without stopping.
It is being told that Ishant Sharma has done this work for the Indian team for a long time . He has experience of playing 101 Test matches. He has played 12 matches on the soil of England. Ishant will turn 33 this year. He has also just recovered from a heel injury. At this time, questions are being raised about his ability to consistently cast the spell.
Ravichandran Ashwin ( Ravichandran Ashwin ) and Ravindra Jadeja ( Ravindra Jadeja ), Virat Kohli (to be in the team Virat Kohli gives greater cooperation with the bat as well) with the bowling. In such a situation, he would not even want to allow lack of seamers during the match. Earlier Hardik Pandya used to play the role of the fourth seamer in the team, but he is also not available at the moment. There is little chance that India will take the field with four specialist seamers.