What is ’22 Gaj Ka Plan’ in Ahmedabad, know how India will retaliate?

Team India is ahead 2-1 in the Border-Gavaskar series. After the defeat in Indore, now the last test will be played in Ahmedabad, know how will be the pitch there?

After the defeat of Team India in Indore Test, the biggest question is that how will the pitch be in the last Test match of the series? And with which playing XI will Team India enter the last match? If reports are to be believed then spin friendly wicket may not be made in Ahmedabad. The Holkar Stadium pitch in Indore was rated poor by ICC match referee Chris Broad and hence the Gujarat Cricket Association is not going to take any such risk. according to reports Team India The management has not given any instructions to the pitch curator.

A state association source told PTI-language, ‘We have not received any instructions from the Indian team management regarding the pitch and our local curators are preparing the normal pitch as we have done throughout the season. “In fact, in the last Ranji match here in January, Railways scored 500-plus while batting first and Gujarat scored 200-plus in both innings despite an innings defeat. Nothing will be different this time too.

Will there be a change in Team India?

Fast bowler Mohammed Shami is expected to get a place in the playing eleven of the fourth Test against Australia starting on March 9 in Ahmedabad. Shami was rested in the third test played in Indore. The Indian team management, after discussing with the medical staff, has made a plan for the workload management of the fast bowlers who play most of the IPL matches and are involved in the ODI World Cup plan. Shami played the first two Tests and is also a part of the ODI team. In the Indore Test, Umesh Yadav was included in his place in the team. Siraj has bowled only 24 overs in the first three Tests and is likely to feature in the playing XI in all the three ODIs to be played from March 17 to 22. In such a situation, he can be given rest in the last Test to be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Motera.

Shami’s reverse swing will work in Motera

Shami has been the best fast bowler in this series so far. He has bowled 30 overs in two matches and has taken seven wickets. The team will need him more on the dry pitch of Motera. Such a pitch can be helpful for reverse swing. India is leading the four-Test series 2-1 and will have to win this match to qualify directly for the final of the World Test Championship.

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