New Delhi: In the first two Test matches against England, the performance of the team’s star all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja was not very special. He still hit a half-century with his bat, but has failed to take wickets with the ball. In such a situation, his playing in the third Test is considered very difficult. After which veteran bowler Ravichandran Ashwin can replace him.
But in the meantime, the round of questions has increased even more. Many veterans are speculating that Jadeja will be given a chance again, while many believe that Ashwin will be given a place in the playing 11 further.
This giant made a big prediction
Meanwhile, Akash Chopra, the former opening batsman of Team India and the famous commentator of the present times, has now made a big prediction about Ashwin. Akash said that Ashwin will not be able to get a place in the next match as well. He said on his YouTube channel, ‘I don’t think Ashwin will get a chance even in the third Test to be held at Headingley. Only if someone gets injured, he can be replaced in the playing 11. The pitch at Lord’s was dry and you had a good chance of landing there with two spinners. But Headingley is not going to need two spinners.
It has become clear from Aakash Chopra that he believes that in the coming match too, Jadeja is going to cut Ashwin’s leaf from the team. But still a big question arises on whether captain Kohli will give Jadeja a chance again instead of Ashwin, who has taken more than 400 Test wickets. Let us tell you that Ashwin has more centuries in Test cricket than Jadeja.
Team India won the Lord’s Test
Team India, which won by 151 runs against England in the Lord’s Test, is currently ahead in the series. The first Test of the 5-match series could not be completed due to rain and it was declared a draw. In the next test match, the weather did not create trouble and India hit a four on the spot. On the last day of the second Test, Team India returned the entire England team to the pavilion within just 52 overs and two sessions. India’s fast bowlers took all 10 wickets of England.