Former Indian batter Wasim Jaffer reckons that the one-day format is more suited to younger speedster Umran Malik’s fashion of bowling in comparability to T20Is. He identified that the quick bowler could make use of quick balls quite a bit more successfully in ODIs.
23-yr-outdated Umran made his one-day debut in opposition to New Zealand on Friday, November 25 in Auckland in the first match of the three-recreation sequence. He had a combined day as he dismissed Devon Conway and Daryl Mitchell, however proved costly and conceded 66 runs in his 10 overs.
Apart from Umran, left-arm seamer Arshdeep Singh additionally made his one-day debut in the identical match. Reviewing the performances of each debutants, Jaffer mentioned throughout a dialogue on ESPNcricinfo:
“This format suits Umran Malik more than T20Is. We have seen in the IPL that he doesn’t have that many variations compared to this format. Here, he can use the short ball well. Arshdeep will get used to it. He’s a quality bowler and he’ll adapt pretty quickly.”
Chipping in together with his ideas, New Zealand pacer Mitchell McClenaghan admitted that each Umran and Arshdeep would have hoped for a barely higher efficiency on their one-day debuts. He elaborated:
“Both debutants would have hoped for a little bit more. Malik got a couple of wickets and looked dangerous in patches. I’ve watched Arshdeep for a while now and he’s a very talented bowler. He’s going to be super important for India, not just leading into this World Cup but for years to come.”
While Umran managed a few scalps, Arshdeep went wicketless and conceded loads of runs as effectively. He registered figures of 0/68 from 8.1 overs.
“I’ll be tempted to play Kuldeep Yadav” – Wasim Jaffer suggests one change for 2nd ODI
The Indian group will not be anticipated to make too many modifications for the second ODI, contemplating it is a three-match sequence. However, Jaffer did recommend one change in the bowling line-up, batting for Kuldeep Yadav forward of Yuzvendra Chahal. He opined:
“I’ll be tempted to play Kuldeep Yadav simply because he brings slightly little bit of thriller. He spins it each methods and he’s in good kind as effectively. India have an issue since they haven’t acquired a sixth bowling possibility. That could be a fear.
“Arshdeep and Umran just played their first ODIs. Lot of inexperience for this format. I’ll be keen to have a look at Kuldeep in place of Chahal,” Jaffer concluded.
Incidentally, Kuldeep was Player of the Match for his figures of 4/18 in his final ODI, which was in opposition to South Africa in Delhi in October this yr.
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