T20 World Cup 2021: Avesh Khan set to join Team India as net bowler

Delhi Capitals paceman Avesh Khan has been requested by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to keep again within the UAE after the IPL 2021 to join India’s T20 World Cup squad as a net bowler. The 24-year-old is the second quick bowler, after Kashmiri tempo sensation Umran Malik, who has been requested to join the staff and if BCCI sources are to be believed, the lanky quick bowler may effectively make it to the standby listing by the point World Cup begins on Sunday. India will open their marketing campaign on October 24 towards Pakistan.

“The national selectors have decided to also include Avesh in the mix. As of now, he will be a net bowler but if the team management feels, he can be upgraded,” a BCCI supply shut to the choice committee advised information company PTI on Tuesday (October 12).

Avesh bowls at an specific tempo and on this version of the IPL, he has picked 23 wickets for the Capitals with DC nonetheless alive within the competitors. He is second within the listing of wicket-takers with Harshal Patel main the pack with 32 scalps.

“Avesh bowls at an average speed of 142 to 145 clicks, earns disconcerting bounce from the flattest of decks and has been on support staff’s radar for some time,” the supply mentioned.

Avesh was in England with the Test squad as a standby however a freak finger fracture throughout India’s match towards Combined Counties reduce brief his tour. Many imagine that Avesh had a great likelihood of enjoying had he received into the squad and all 5 Tests have been held in England.

Hardik Pandya to keep again as batter, Venkatesh Iyer to join as cowl

All-rounder Hardik Pandya shall be staying with the Indian staff however is anticipated to play purely as a batter within the T20 World Cup as his again remains to be not in a situation to take the stress of quick medium bowling. It is learnt that KKR’s rising opener-cum-seam bowler Venkatesh Iyer shall be requested to keep within the bubble as cowl.

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