3 backup wicketkeepers who should be prepared for the T20 World Cup from now
- By NewsOnFloor Staff
- Aug 12, 2019
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Keeping in mind the next year's T20 World Cup in Australia, Indian selectors have already started giving opportunities to young players, although it will now be seen whether the young players meet the expectations of the Indian selectors or not. Under the leadership of Indian captain Virat Kohli, India is considered to be a strong contender for the T20 World Cup.
Let us tell you that for the ICC T20 World Cup to be held in 2020, the former captain of the Indian team and wicketkeeper-batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni is not sure yet because as of now he has not taken any decision regarding his future cricket.
If India's wicket-keeper batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni retires, India should be ready from now on to deal with that situation. If the team needs a backup wicketkeeper, then these 3 players should prepare as backup wicketkeeper from now-
3. Rishabh Pant
If Mahendra Singh Dhoni retires from international cricket, then wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant is almost certain to go to the T20 World Cup. Rishabh Pant, who went on a tour of the West Indies, played a half-century in the last match of the T20 series. We all know that Rishabh Pant is a talented player, who can be seen in the T20 World Cup squad.
2. Sanju Samson
Among the talented wicketkeeper batsmen in Indian cricket, Sanju Samson is also named, even though he is not in the headlines, but there is no doubt about his ability. Sanju Samson has impressed everyone with his superb batting in the last few seasons of IPL.
1. K L Rahul
K L Rahul is a great player of the Indian team, Rahul can also start the innings with Rohit Sharma in next year's World Cup. K L Rahul has shown his wicketkeeping skills in IPL. If Virat Kohli includes K L Rahul in the team for wicketkeeping, then he may get an opportunity to add an extra bowler or batsman to the team.
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