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India has been experimenting for three years for a key player in batting forth place

India has been experimenting for three years for a key player in batting forth place
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India's fourth place in debut For the third time in the ODIs, India has been experimenting for three years for a key player in batting. With no one batsman being consistently in that position, India has again been rediscovered to replace anyone. The fourth one-day batsman continues to chase back in the ODI series against Australia at home. Former cricketer and commentator Sanjay Manjrekar said the all-rounder, Vijay Shankar, should be put in place in the World Cup. 

My idea is that the strike is rotating and it is good that the sixes will be able to play Vijay in the fourth number. He should play as a batsman. A bowler will give him 3 overs bowling.There are no need to bowl 10 overs for seven or full quota. Asked if he would consider Ambati Roy as the fourth number batsman, he said that after 90 runs in the match with New Zealand at Wellington, he would be better than batting in that position. Turning to the lowest score in three matches with Aussies, Shyla is now in the squad, Virat Kohli should definitely get bats at third place. Manjrekar said that the best batsman in Winning Culture was to send down the batting order. 

The current bowling squad is much better than in 2011. Manjrekar said that India is the best team in the world but it is not possible to win the World Cup. Mahendra Singh Dhoni's experience is very important. There is no question of his unmatched wicket keeping skills.Two wrist spinners are his role in the rise of Kuldip Yadav and Chahal. Sanjay said that India needs Dhoni's calm in the World Cup.


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