Yuvraj Singh highlights problems for the Indian team ahead of the WC’23

Written by Vaibhav Tripathi 

Former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh has shared his viewpoint that the Men in Blue might face challenges in the upcoming World Cup if they do not tackle their middle-order issues prior to the tournament.

As the 2023 ODI World Cup approaches, the Rohit Sharma-led side is grappling with a notable obstacle due to injuries affecting key players in their middle-order batting lineup.

Shreyas Iyer, KL Rahul, and Rishabh Pant, who were expected to form a solid middle-order core for ODIs, are currently unavailable due to different injuries.

“I can be a patriot and say ‘India will win because I am an Indian.’ But I see a lot of concerns in the Indian middle order because of injuries. If those concerns are not resolved, we will struggle, especially in pressure games. Don’t experiment in pressure games. The skill work to bat in the middle order is very different from that of an opener. Is there anybody there (in the team management) who is working around the guys that will be playing in the middle order?,” Yuvraj said on Cricket Basu YouTube channel.

Injuries within the Indian team have significantly disrupted their preparations for the upcoming mega event on their home turf.






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