Former India cricketer Ajay Jadeja: Former cricketer of the Indian team Ajay Jadeja said that the Indian team led by captain Virat Kohli-management is not using the disastrous progress of Hardik Pandya properly.
Hardik Pandya has failed to replicate his heroics against the Australian team against the England team. No one had played competitive cricket since the T20 series in early December.
Hardik Pandya has seen this quite clearly during the fight between the doubles, and according to Ajay Jadeja if India promotes Hardik Pandya to bat.
So that team and himself will be much better for them. Former Indian cricketer Ajay Jadeja admitted that Hardik Pandya has been entrusted with the task of playing against England’s.
Jofra Archer and Mark Wood right from the start of his innings. Ajay Jadeja said that it is not always easy for any cricketer.
Ajay Jadeja further said that if India can promote Hardik Pandya in the batting order, then let him face the fourth and fifth choice bowlers of England.
At the same time, when the main bowler comes back on the attack, he will have a very good chance to compete.
Because by that time he must have been set at the crease with his batting. Ajay Jadeja said that I think some players are not playing cricket in their ideal place.
For example, I am a big fan of Hardik Pandya and how he plays his game. When he came to bat in the third match, he saw the bowlers of England, who had overs left.
He said that there is no team whose five bowlers are from the frontline. You will always have a bowler who is weaker than others.
The Indian team just needs to understand which batsman will give them the maximum return when they come against a particular bowler.
You know that Hardik Pandyakis bats well and when it is his day. There you have to think about how Hardik Hardya Pandya has to bat against Jofra Archer and Mark Wood.
Hardik Pandya has constantly come to bat on any order. In particular, he often comes in to bat in the lower order. If India has to take advantage of Hardik well then he should be sent to bat in the upper order.