Updated: December 20, 2020 7:34:35 pm
Former India cricketer and chief selector Dilip Vengsarkar recommended the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to ship Rahul Dravid to Australia to help struggling workforce India in the continued Test collection.
Pat Cummins (4/21) and Josh Hazlewood (5/8) produced a sensational efficiency as India collapsed to their lowest-ever Test rating of 36, paving the way in which for an eight-wicket win and a 1-Zero lead in the collection for the house workforce.
Vengsarkar, in an interview to Times of India, stated that former cricketer Dravid’s presence in the nets can be an enormous enhance to the boys in blue. “The BCCI must rush Dravid to Australia to help the team. No one can guide the batsmen better on how to play the moving ball in those conditions. His presence will be a huge boost to the Indian team in the nets. In any case, the NCA has been shut due to Covid for the past nine months, leaving him with little to do,” Vengsarkar stated.
Dravid is presently serving as the top of BCCI’s National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru. Vengsarkar stated BCCI ought to ship Dravid regardless of the necessary 14-day quarantine interval as the previous captain can be accessible to work with the workforce earlier than the third Test which will get underway from January 07.
“Even if he has to serve a mandatory two-week quarantine period, he should be available for helping the Indian team at the nets before the third Test in Sydney, which will begin from January 7. It is time that Dravid is asked to be involved with the Indian team more,” Vengsarkar stated.
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