Yuzvendra Chahal
Yuzvendra Chahal

Yuzvendra Chahal emphasizes the differences in the captaincy of the four Indian captains.: India leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal believes that his team can take important lessons from the West Indies tour, keeping in mind the global tournaments to be held in the next 12 months.

After defeating the West Indies 1–0 in the two-Test series as part of the World Test Championship, India took a 2–1 series win in ODIs to kickstart their home Cricket World Cup campaign.

At the moment, the focus is on the five-match T20I series in Trinidad, Guyana, and the United States (Lauderhill, Florida), where the team in the shortest format also needs to consolidate as the region will host the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. Will be played next year.

Chahal made an impression in the first T20I, finishing with figures of 2/24 after missing out on selection during the 50-over stage, dismissing openers Brandon King and Kyle Mayers.

The 33-year-old insists that he is not looking too far ahead on the personal front with the impending Asia Cup and World Cup campaigns (both ODIs) ahead, instead focusing on the importance of finding the ideal XI. Whether it fits or not. In.

“At No.7 we generally play Ravindra Jadeja or Axar Patel. Three spinners can only play if the wickets are spin friendly.

“Kuldeep is bowling really well, he is in a great rhythm and that’s why team is backing him. I keep working on nets so that whenever I get the chance I will grab it. “Team combination is our priority and it is not something new.”

With a win against India, the West Indies are poised to grab the lead in the T20I series. India lost by four runs against the hosts in Trinidad, unable to chase down 150 on the slow Tarauba surface, thanks to the hosts’ clever pace attack, which took six of the tourists’ wickets.

Chahal believes that coming into the T20I in Guyana is better despite having limited information about the conditions in Providence.

“We lost by four runs but we played good cricket. We will bounce back in the second match.

“Last time when I was here (in Providence) in 2019, it was washed out. I have watched a couple of CPL matches but that’s completely different. We will look at the wicket and how it’s going to play.

“We still got four matches to play. I think we must also give credit to West Indies because they played better cricket (in the first match).

“It is all about who performs better on the given day.”

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