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‘It’s not like one player is significantly superior than the other,’ says Ravi Shastri of India’s wicketkeeper issue for the World Cup final

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Shastri reasoned that Bharat would be the natural pick considering that he was given a run against Australia, where he participated in all of the Test matches.

The World Test Championship (WTC) final, which begins on June 7 at the Oval in London, will include a match between India and Australia. It’s a toss-up between KS Bharat and Ishan Kishan for the wicketkeeper position now that KL Rahul is sidelined due to injury. In response to the conundrum, former India head coach Ravi Shastri stated that not much differentiates Bharat and Kishan.

At the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, Bharat made his India Test debut and was kept in the lineup for the WTC championship game. Notably, he has filled in for Team India when Wriddhiman Saha left. In contrast, Kishan was called up for his maiden Test match prior to the Border-Gavaskar Trophy but was unable to participate since Bharat participated in all four games.

Bharat was given an opportunity against Australia, according to Shastri, who also stated that the Andhra-born keeper is the logical choice for the WTC championship match. Shastri was speaking on the most recent edition of the ICC Review. Kishan can strengthen the middle order with his batting, thus India may want to take that into consideration.

That’s another difficult decision, as you can see. Bharat should play if there are two spinners in the game. You must determine who is a better keeper. Is it Ishan Kishan or Bharat? Now that Bharat has played all of the Test matches against Australia and has been given a run, I believe he would be the logical pick to start with, according to Shastri.

Two spinners were named in Ravi Shastri’s anticipated XI for the World Test Championship championship match, and the wicketkeeper was KS Bharat, the 60-year-old. Bharat has distinguished himself by amassing 101 runs in six innings and making an impact with his skills at the wickets, even against rank turners.

“Not much is present. Not that one man is much superior to the other. Whether you want Ishan Kishan’s batting to support the middle order will also be a factor. You’ll also consider that in your overall viewpoint. Plan to use four quick bowlers, please? When there isn’t much spin, you only need a good fielder to complete the task, he continued.

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