Team India: What England has.. What Team India doesn’t have.. Do this for better results: Anil Kumble’s key advice..

With the success of this experiment by England, now the discussion to introduce this rule in other teams is going on. Former Indian cricketer Anil Kumble shared his opinion on this.

England’s success in white-ball cricket led to talk of some new experiments in cricket. In particular, this discussion is about selecting completely different teams in white and red ball cricket. After winning the ODI World Cup in 2019, England have now won the T20 World Cup. According to cricket experts, the main reason for England’s success in these two formats played with the white ball is that the teams in this format are kept completely separate from the Test team. In fact, England has been changing captains since many years ago with a special team in white and red ball cricket. Depending on the situation, there are few players who play in all three formats. For other players, the rules are clear in England.

With the success of this experiment by England, now the discussion to introduce this rule in other teams is going on. When former Indian cricketer Anil Kumble was questioned on this, he also clearly says that there should be separate teams in white and red ball cricket.

Must be different..

Anil Kumble said.. ‘Certainly the teams should be different. T20 cricket definitely needs T20 specialist cricketers. I think England proved this time, as Australia proved last time, that more all-rounders are needed in this format. If you look at the batting order of those teams, you will know this. Liam Livingstone is batting at number seven in England. “No other team has a player of Livingstone’s caliber at number seven,” he said.

Kumble said, ‘Marcus Stoinis is number six in Australia. Such a team should be made. I am not sure if a different captain or coach is needed. It depends on what kind of team is chosen. Accordingly, the leadership as well as the personnel can be decided,” he said.

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