Ajinkya Rahane told these two teams a big threat for Team India

The World Cup will be played in the new round robin format. Ajinkya Rahane said that it would be important for India to get the rhythm from the beginning and maintain consistency in their performance.

The middle-order batsman Ajinkya Rahane was also considered as the contender for the selection for the World Cup 2019 but he could not find a place in this Virat team. Talking about the possibilities of the Indian Cricket Team for the World Cup, Ajinkya Rahane said that the initial rhythm and continuity will play a key role in India’s success in the tournament. Terming West Indies and England as the greatest threat, Team India’s Test Vice-Captain Ajinkya Rahane said that “experienced” bowling attack can help Virat Kohli’s team in a strong position in England’s favorable conditions.

Ajinkya Rahane told these two teams a big threat for Team India


Ajinkya Rahane said that it would be important for India to get the rhythm from the beginning and keep the consistency in their performance. He said, ‘Overall the team is very strong. This time the World Cup will be played in the new format, we will play nine league matches, therefore the rhythm and continuity will be important. “Rahane played against India against South Africa in Centurion on February 16, 2018, in the last ODI for India. He said, “If you start well, then you have to maintain consistency in the performance throughout the tournament. Any team in the ICC Tournament can achieve the rhythm anytime. That’s why we can not take any team lightly. ‘
Rahane, along with India, is a strong contender to New Zealand apart from the West Indies and England. He said, ‘I do not believe in choosing any one team but the England team is very good. New Zealand have done well in ICC tournaments and can not be judged by the West Indies team’s performance. Rahane, who led India’s limited overs team on some occasions in the past, said Ajinkya Rahane said that Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s vast experience of captaincy Kohli will be very helpful for Kohli.

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