Three Indian players who might not get a chance to play a
single match in the Asia Cup 2022
The Indian team is considered to be the strongest
contender in the upcoming Asia Cup 2022, despite the absence of some of its key
players. Looking at the current T20 form of the Indian team, it would not be
wrong to say that the Indian team can win the Asia Cup title for the eighth
time in the blue jersey. The Indian squad for the tournament was announced a
few days back.
Looking at the strength of all the teams and the
importance of matches, it can be guessed that during the tournament, the
chances of the Indian team will be very less, due to which some players who
lack experience are hardly included in the playing XI in this tournament. get a
chance to be In this article, we will mention 3 such Indian players who may not
be seen playing a single match in the Asia Cup.
These 3 Indian players may have to sit on the bench
throughout the tournament:
1. Deepak Hooda
Deepak Hooda, who made his international debut in
February this year, has played a total of seven T20 innings for India in which
his performance has been very impressive. Despite this, due to the presence of
Suryakumar Yadav in the Asia Cup squad, Deepak Hooda finds it difficult to get
a chance at No. India has experienced options in other places as well. In such
a situation, it seems difficult for Hooda to make a place in the playing XI.
2. Avesh Khan
Young Avesh Khan and Arshdeep Singh have been selected for the Indian team as fast bowlers for the Asia Cup due to the absence of the Indian T20 team’s key bowlers Jasprit Bumrah and Harshal Patel. Arshdeep Singh can be a better option to support the experienced Bhuvneshwar Kumar in the team. Avesh’s recent performance has been very poor and he has failed to capitalize on the opportunities given. The role of the third fast bowler in the team can be handed over to Hardik Pandya, who has bowled excellently fast in recent times.
3. Ravi Bishnoi
The Indian squad has experienced spinners like
Ravichandran Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, and Yuzvendra Chahal as spin options. Due
to this, young leg-spinner Ravi Bishnoi hardly gets a chance in any match, due
to which he too may have to sit on the bench throughout the tournament. Bishnoi
has been doing well in the given opportunities but his claim against the
experienced spinners falls somewhere weak.
UAE wickets are also not very fast. In such a
situation, instead of going with three leading fast bowlers, the Indian team
can go with three major spin options. For this reason, Avesh Khan’s play seems
a bit difficult and he can be seen on the entire tournament bench.