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Jasprit Bumrah Press Conference Ahead of ODIs vs South Africa: Virat Kohli’s Role to India’s Playing XI; Things That Could be Revealed
Jasprit Bumrah Press Conference: Following the loss in the Test series, the morale in the dressing-room is likely to be down and Bumrah may share some insights about it.
Paarl: Not KL Rahul, but India’s new ODI vice-captain Jasprit Bumrah is all set to speak to the press on Monday ahead of the white-ball leg. Bumrah’s press conference will start at 3:30 PM IST. Following the loss in the Test series, the morale in the dressing-room is likely to be down and Bumrah may share some insights about it.
There are many things the press would like to ask Bumrah. It would also be interesting to see Bumrah address the press for the official pre-match conference.
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What are the questions Bumrah may face at the presser?
Who Will Open? There is massive speculation over who will open along with stand-in captain KL Rahul. Will the side opt for Ishan Kishan or go for an in-form Ruturaj Gaikwad or show faith in experience and pick Shikhar Dhawan. It would in all probability go with the experience of Dhawan.
What Will be Virat Kohli’s Role in The Side? Yes, everybody likes some spice around Virat Kohli. The journalist will most certainly put Bumrah in the spot with a question on the ex-India skipper. How will Bumrah tackle the Kohli question would be interesting.
Will Venkatesh Iyer Debut? In Hardik Pandya’s absence and with Shardul Thakur tired after the Tests, Iyer is very much in line for a debit in ODIs. He has already made his national debut in the T20s with the side against New Zealand.
India’s Playing XI for 1st ODI? Bumrah may drop hints on the combinations that would be in place for the ODI opener as the side needs something to celebrate after two losses on the trot.
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