Sporty news : West Indies gets India a chance to the tests fix opening woes

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Earlier on Wednesday, according to Mumbai reports, India has an exclusive and perfect opportunity in determining and more so finding a better strategy in getting their game on their top.

This according to Mumbai reports is order batting woe which will happen before Indians final match and more so the year closing series held in Australia, according to reports, the Indian team should give their top game to manage and scoop their chance in the top ranking.

This according to analysts is a tough test since the Indian teams are ranked aside with the world’s top side host. The Indian team comes low with two tests against the West Indies which is going to commence on Thursday this week.

Shikhar Dhawan and Murali Vijay during the tournament, the two opened for India in their initial match which was recently held in England between the 5-Test series. However, during the duo, the team dropped in the ranking following the modest returns after a defeat of 4-1.

Lokesh Rahul, who was the Indian third opener during the England match survived the hot axe immediately after posting a new record of 149 in the final test in the Oval and more so after this tournament, India are going to face the new ball against the West Indies, it is expected that during the match the Indian team will be accompanied by either Prithvi Shaw or Mayank Agarwal who both are uncapped.

Agarwal, 27 years old during the end of the match, he was rewarded for the 2017 and 2018 season after heavily scoring across the formats in the meanwhile, Shaw, an 18-year-old player already had been tipped by the team to having a bright future in the national team.

Nevertheless, Shaw and Agarwal, according to analysis should take care and more so be very keen in making the most chances and more so ensure booking their place in the upcoming India’s four-Test series which is set to happen in Australia, however, Vijay in his responded said that he has been dropped after making hundred and three half-centuries during his  5 innings for the Essex in the County Championship.