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Rohit will be in trouble if his hair spins: Styris

Former New Zealand batsman Scott Styris has said that Indian opener Rohit Sharma may be in trouble if the ball swings in the final between India and New Zealand to be held in Southampton, England from June 18. Styris said in the show game plan of Star Sports, “It will all depend on the condition of the pitch. I guess I cannot stress this enough. I think if the ball spins then Rohit may have to struggle. In the select dug out, we have shown that Rohit is unable to show the movement of his feet in the crease at the beginning of his innings. In this situation, the swinging ball can put them in trouble.

Regarding New Zealand’s fast bowling attack, Styris said, “There is no secret about New Zealand’s fast bowling. You can look at Southee, Boult and Jameson or de Grandhomme as the third fast bowler. He can bowl 22 to 28 overs with the new ball. After that Neil Wegner will come into the equation and with his wicket-taking ability, he can put Indian skipper Virat Kohli in trouble.

Former Indian wicketkeeper Parthiv Patel said about Virat’s growing growth in Test cricket and the challenges of the Test Championship final, I think he has to give himself time like in 2018 and think what he did that year when he scored tons of hundreds. Were made He will be in a much better position this time than in 2014 but he will face many challenges in the form of fast bowling variety as the opposition doesn’t have a one-sided pace attack.