- Former Indian cricketer Aakash Chopra gave a big statement, said – Lokesh Rahul will not play in the Adelaide Test
𝕁𝕚𝕠𝕋𝕧𝕧𝕚𝕟𝕖𝕖 – The ODI and T20 series against the Australian team are over. He has got two practice opportunities for the same test series. Now it is the turn of the real examination i.e. the test of five days.
The 4-Test series between the Indian cricket team and the Australian team will now start from the Adelaide ground in December. This contest is also historical for this.
What’s your preferred XI, sir? 😇 https://t.co/qcfxinHZxm
— Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) December 16, 2020
This will be the first day-night Test match between the two teams as it will be played with pink balls. However, before this important match, the concern of the Indian cricket team has increased about their opening pair.
From which Mayank Agarwal has held one end. And it seems very difficult to choose someone for the other end right now. There is a fierce battle for Prithvi Shaw, Shubman Gill, and Lokesh Rahul as the second openers in the Indian cricket team.
Where young batsman Shubman Gill attracted everyone towards him by scoring a half-century in the practice match. Lokesh Rahul is back in the Test team after about a year.
However, former opener batsman and current commentator Aakash Chopra of the Indian cricket team believes that Lokesh Rahul will not be able to make it to the Adelaide Test playing XI.
Aakash Chopra said, Lokesh Rahul has not played a single warm-up match. In such a situation, it can be understood very easily that he will not be a part of the playing XI of the Adelaide Test.
The same thing can be easily understood that Lokesh Rahul was a part of the T20 series. That is why he could not play the first practice match against the host team.
But he had a great chance to enter the second practice match. However former cricketer Aakash Chopra said, Lokesh Rahul, himself is a very brilliant player.
But if you look at his last 10 Test innings, he has not scored too many runs and the same thing has gone against him. Lokesh Rahul has played a total of 36 bouts in his Test career.
In this, he has scored a total of 2006 runs at an average of 34.58. He also has 5 centuries and 11 half-centuries in his name in Test cricket. His highest score in this innings is 199 runs.
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