Before entering the new season of the Indian Premier League, the way of Team India was considered closed for many players. Indian team’s wicket-keeper batsman Wriddhiman Saha’s career was considered to be over. The BCCI also excluded the player from the annual contract of the players who yearned to make a place in the team of ODI, T20 and Test teams only. The franchise team showed confidence in the IPL and this stalwart did not disappoint.
Just after the Indian Premier League, the Indian cricket team will play in the final of the ICC Test Championship. This match is very important for the team because last time under the captaincy of Virat Kohli, the team got defeated while playing against New Zealand. The team has been selected for the final match against Australia.-AP
Team India’s main wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant is currently out of the team due to being badly injured in a car accident. KL Bharat has been selected in his place for the Test Championship final. KL Rahul has been given a place in the team as the second wicketkeeper. While captaining the Lucknow Super Giants, KL has been ruled out of the tournament due to injury. Doubts have also arisen about playing in the Test Championship final.-AP
In the event of KL Rahul being out of the Test Championship final, who will get a place in his place, the answer seems to be found in the Indian Premier League. Wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha of Gujarat Titans played such an innings against Lucknow which has strengthened his claim. -(Saha/Instagram)
Wriddhiman Saha did not give up even after being out of the team in all three formats and out of the BCCI’s central contract. After playing innings of 47 and 41 not out in the opening matches of IPL, he exploded. Against Lucknow, this batter beat the bowlers with a strike rate of 188. -AP
Wriddhiman Saha scored 81 runs in just 43 balls against Lucknow Super Giants, hitting 10 fours and 4 sixes. This batsman returned after being dismissed by Avesh Khan and made a blistering opening partnership of 142 runs with Shubman Gill for the first wicket. -AP