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Dhoni says they would not experiment with batting order

Talal Dar - 29-01-2016 - View: 197

The Indian captain was asked if Yuvraj Singh would be given a chance to bat

Dhoni says they would not experiment with batting order

The captain of the Indian Cricket Team Mahendra Singh Dhoni has said that the batting order would not be changed even to give chance to Yuvraj Singh as they are not looking for experiments, especially when the top order batsmen are in-form and are doing well.

Dhoni said that the top 3 are doing well and bat till the 15th or the 16th over, so it is pressure time and big shots have to be played, so he comes out and does not want to put Yuvraj in such a position when he is making a comeback and gets dismissed while slogging.

The skipper says that the opportunity will come for these players in the normal overs in the future and it would be suitable that they bat then. He said that Yuvraj Singh is very useful as a bowler as well, because the left-arm slow bowler picked wicket of Glenn Maxwell.

Dhoni said that they need players who are useful not only with the bat or bowl but also in the field and contribute for the team in the every possible way. He said that it is great to have more bowling options so that captain can go to them when specialist bowler is going for runs.

The captain also liked Hardik Pandya's bowling who bowled two overs and gave 17 runs and took 1 wicket. He said that they have got Suresh Raina as well, if they need to bowl against any left-hander, so they have many options in team at the moment.

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