Will Shubman Gill be out of the test series?, Will Rajat Patidar get a chance?

By Ravi - January 29, 2024 - Last updated on Jan 29, 2024 04:01 PM
Will Shubman Gill be out of the test series?, Will Rajat Patidar get a chance?

Will Shubman Gill be out of the test series?, Will Rajat Patidar get a chance?

In the first test match played between India and England, the Indian team had to face a crushing defeat. In the first Test played in Hyderabad, two batsmen of the Indian team disappointed the most. Looking at his performance, it seems that Shubman Gill may be dropped from the playing 11 of the Indian team in the next match.

Shubman Gill performance in the last test matches

Shubman Gill

Indian team's opening batsman Shubman Gill has disappointed everyone with his batting in consecutive test matches. If we look at his last 10 Test innings, he has scored only 160 runs at an average of 17.77. Not a single half-century has been scored in the last 10 innings. Shubman Gill has become a matter of concern for the Indian team. In view of this, there is a possibility that he may be dropped from the team in the Test match to be held in Visakhapatnam from 2 February.

Despite batting calmly on the South Africa tour, Gill has failed to score a half-century in Test cricket. He scored his last century on 9 March 2023 against Australia in Ahmedabad. Gill's recent innings have seen scores of 13, 18, 6, 10, 29*, 2, 26, 36, 10, 23 and 0, while the current Test average has dipped below 30.

Will Rajat Patidar get a chance?

Rajat Patidar

Shubman Gill's poor batting has forced him to look for alternatives. Since the number three position is important, Rajat Patidar's name is being considered for the next match. Patidar, who was included in the team after the absence of Virat Kohli, performed brilliantly in domestic cricket. His recent record in the Ranji season and last season shows his ability to make significant contributions to the team.

Rajat Patidar performance

First-Class: 55 matches, 4000 runs, 45.97 average, 12 centuries, 22 half-centuries

List A: 58 matches, 1985 runs, 36.09 average, 3 centuries, 12 half-centuries

T20: 50 matches, 1640 runs, 37.27 average, 1 century, 14 half-centuries

ODI: 1 match, 22 runs, 22.00 average

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