Reserve opener KL Rahul may not have spoken openly but has indicated that he is ready to bat at number four in the World Cup. The batting order has been debating for a long time, who will get to number four. The names of Rahul and Vijay Shankar are in front of this.
'Where the team wants, I will bat'
Rahul told the press trust, 'The selectors have made it clear. I am a part of the team and where the team wants, I will bat. "Chief coach Ravi Shastri has said that the team combination will be decided according to the conditions in England.
Rahul, who has been suspended due to controversial rhetoric on the TV chat show, played against the England Lions and played a home series for India A and scored.
He scored 50 and 47 in the T20 series against Australia. Rahul, who scored 593 runs at an average of 53.90 in IPL, said, "The form is given more than enough."
He said, "I have been playing well for the last two months. Playing against England Lions, I worked on my technique and could play well against T20 in Australia and in the IPL. Now I am full of confidence. "
Due to poor performance on the tour of Australia, his confidence came down. Rahul said, 'I realized there was no malfunction in my technique. The form is given more than enough, but playing in Australia will not break any morale of any player. Everyone wants to play well. I'm happy that I am making runs now. "
He said, 'I did not make much change. Every player has a bad phase in his career. I try to keep my batting simple. When the form is good, then everything seems right and all is wrong when bad. '
Asked how hard it would be to mold himself into one-day cricket after playing T-20 cricket for the last two months, Rahul said, "It will be difficult, but there are not many changes. It is a ball and a ball game and everyone has to play according to the conditions. '