Wednesday, October 4

The Indian cricket team is set to release two exceptional batters for bowling roles.

New roles may be earmarked for two of the young talents in the Indian team: Yashasvi Jaiswal, who has made his debut for the national team on the West Indies tour, and Tilak Varma, another player who could potentially play bowling or spin.

Paras stated in a pre-match press conference that it would be beneficial for the team to have someone who can chip in, such as Tilak and Yashasvi, who have been bowling since the U19 level. They are capable of being good players and can improve their performance at this level quickly.

On Saturday, India will be playing against West Indies in the fourth T20I in Florida, US. They won their last match by seven wickets, keeping the series close with a score of 2-1.

The pacer Mukesh Kumar, who made his debut for India in all formats during this tour, was commended by the bowling coach.

“He is a talented young player who has played in all three formats, and I am extremely pleased with his progress. He is the second-best option on this tour.”


The 29-year-old has three Tests, and two T20Is (Odds & Over) on this tour. In tests, he picked up two wickets. Four wicket went to Mukesh in ODI; the best of those were taken by him in Twentie with figures of 1/19 for two off them. He represented Bengal at this stage of his domestic cricket career.

The wicket at the Central Broward Regional Park Stadium Turf Ground, Lauderhill is a good batting surface, with the ball coming off the bat well, according to Paras.

He added: ‘Potts here are very different, especially in terms of the black soil found in North India; a good wicket with nice bounce and great hitting from the bat — that’s what we saw in the nets — and stroke-making was easy. It could be an all-round game.”

The Men in Blue’s reception and enthusiastic audience made Paras happy to be in the US.


During discussions with the bowling team about playing on a comfortable surface, the coach highlighted the importance of discipline in order to succeed.

Paras was pleased with the team’s comeback in the third game.

“The way we have come back is a source of happiness for me. Although we were not significantly behind in the first two games, our ability to exploit them could have resulted in different results. Our performance in all the other formats remains unaffected. We are only going to improve from there.”

With the assistance of ANI inputs

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