Shreyas Iyer, India’s batter, has not lived up to expectations with his disappointing performances in the first two matches of the current Test series against England. In the initial Test held in Hyderabad, Iyer was out on 35 and 13 runs in the first and second innings, respectively.
Iyer has neglected to change over his significant score, collecting a bunch of analysis for himself. Iyer is repeatedly having trouble settling in and asserting himself at the crease. Indeed, even in the subsequent game, Iyer’s battle kept scoring (27) and (29) separately.
The absence of adequate commitments from Iyer in the initial two Tests has raised worries among previous cricketers imparting their insight on his structure. In the midst of this, previous Indian cricketer Pragyan Ojha has recommended that Iyer play homegrown cricket to put himself in order.
“Shreyas Iyer was left to some degree behind. Exactly when you examine exceptional players like Virat Kohli and KL Rahul, who have moreover scored runs, when they return, they will normally be significant for the XI. So probably Shreyas Iyer and Rajat Patidar ought to make a way considering the way that the situation is like that,” Ojha asserted.
He also added that one does not want to give chances, but when extraordinary batters are coming, you can’t give them cushion.
BCCI will announce India’s team for the upcoming third Test against England very soon, as there is a developing uncertainty around Virat Kohli, who pulled out of the initial two games for individual reasons, whether he will make his presence in the third game. KL Rahul and Ravindra Jadeja likewise missed the second game because of their individual wounds, and it will be fascinating to see whether they make their return.


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