Tuesday, November 30, 2021

He will be a key player for next World Cup Harbhajan names 2 India cricketers to watch out for in New Zealand T20Is – Latest Cricket News

Veteran former off-spinner Harbhajan Singh has made a big prediction about the three-match T20I series starting with New Zealand from Wednesday. He has said that in the upcoming series, the Indian team will beat the Kiwi team 2-1. India had to face defeat against New Zealand in their second match of the T20 World Cup. However, the last time India and New Zealand played a bilateral T20I series, India had a clean sweep on New Zealand. Harbhajan also named two players whom he would like to see playing in this series. He said that both these players will be important for India in the next T20 World Cup.

Harbhajan Singh said on Star Sports, ‘I convey my best wishes to Team India and I hope they win. India is winning the series 2-1. I am predicting it.’

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The former spinner gave his opinion on two important places in the playing XI. He said that the Indian team is full of talented players, and they will keep their eyes on the two players. “I want to see some new players in a different role. I want to see Ishaan Kishan playing regularly. They have a lot of potential. He will be a key player for the next T20 World Cup. He will have the responsibility to bat at number three so I think he should be given maximum chances.

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Harbhajan Singh then talked about feeding Suryakumar Yadav at number four. He said, ‘Suriyakumar Yadav is such a player who can win you tournaments, not matches. He has so much experience and so many shots that will make the Indian team’s job easier. That’s why they must be fed. Suryakumar Yadav is one player who can fit in any format. A player like him can bat at any position. They have 360 ​​degree game.

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