Wasim Akram selection advice to Team India. “Bumrah’s rhythm is good, he’s looking incredible, but his muscles can get stronger,” Akram added.
Ace bowler Jasprit Bumrah is in fantastic form right now and will be key for India. In the next ODI World Cup. He was injured for a lengthy spell before returning in the series against Ireland. He bowl in only four matches in the Asia Cup. As a result, legendary cricketer Wasim Akram believes that the ace pacer should play at least two one-day internationals against Australia in order to retain his rhythm.
Suryakumar Yadav, should participate in all matches, including practice matches, leading up to the ODI World Cup
Because the flashy batsman has yet to establish himself in the 50-over format. Akram believes he should spend more time batting in the middle. He also mention that ace batter Virat Kohli can take a break in a few matches to rest up for the big event.
“Bumrah should play at least two of the three games (against Australia) because he is returning from injury.” His rhythm is terrific, and he looks fantastic, but his muscles can get stronger. Suryakumar Yadav has struggled in ODIs recently, but he is available for all five games (Australia series and two warm-ups). Because the World Cup is so long, Virat may take a break from time to time. They must play nine games,” Akram stated on Star Sports.
Notably, India will host Australia in a three-match One-Day International series beginning September 22 in Mohali. Skipper Rohit Sharma has already revealed that Axar Patel will miss the opening two games of the series due to a hamstring injury that will keep him out for at least a week to ten days. Washington Sundar, who filled in for him in the Asia Cup final, is expected to be called up again.
Following the series against Australia, India will play two warm-up games against England and the Netherlands before facing the Kangaroos in their first World Cup match on October 8.