Asia Cup: India face Sri Lanka next in a must-dominate match on Tuesday. In front of the match, previous India cricketer Gautam Gambhir has recommended that India ought to supplant Yuzvendra Chahal in the playing XI.

India lost their initial match of the Super-4 phase to Pakistan on Sunday. The exhilarating Asia Cup game at the Dubai International Stadium went till the last over where the Babar Azam-drove side won by 5 wickets. Posting 181 for 7 on the board in the specified 20 overs, India had a decent possibility making it two out of two against Pakistan in the continuous mainland occasion yet Mohammad Rizwan’s 71 off 51 balls and Mohammad Nawaz’s critical appearance of 42 off 20 balls brought Pakistan back home.

India face Sri Lanka next in a must-dominate match on Tuesday. In front of the match, previous India cricketer Gautam Gambhir has proposed that the group the board ought to supplant Yuzvendra Chahal in the playing XI with Avesh Khan. In the mean time, the previous India opener proposed that the group ought to give youthful leg-spinner Ravi Bishnoi a “more drawn out run”.

Avesh (Khan) for (Yuzvendra) Chahal. Most certainly go on with Ravi Bishnoi, he has done everything in this game. Chahal hasn’t bowled that well in this opposition so most likely the time has come to give Bishnoi a more drawn out run,” expressed Gambhir on Star Sports after the match against Pakistan on Sunday.

Bishnoi had returned figures of 1 for 26 in his four overs against Pakistan last week. Avesh was not a piece of the crew in the Super-4 match, while Chahal returned figures of 1 for 43 in his four overs.

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Eminently, both Avesh and Chahal had played in India’s mission opener against Pakistan on August 28. While Avesh surrendered 19 runs for one wicket in two overs, Chahal gave 32 runs with next to no wicket in four overs.

In the second game that was against Hong Kong, Chahal returned figures of 0 for 18 in his four overs, while Avesh released 53 runs for one wicket in his four-over standard.

Aditya Kumar