Former Australian leg-spinner Brad Hogg on Saturday, during a Q&A session on Twitter, spoke of former India skipper MS Dhoni about whether he fits into the squad for the World T20 in Australia later this year. Also Read - Kerala Reports First Coronavirus Death. A Reason to Worry? | 5 Points
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Hogg feels due to lack of international exposure, Dhoni cannot get back in the team. Hogg also felt that in IPL, Dhoni is playing most of the matches in spin-friendly pitches which is different from what he has to counter in Australia, he does not make it to the side over Rishabh Pant and KL Rahul. Also Read - Coronavirus: Pakistan Opens Borders With China For a Day For Medical Supplies
Hogg’s response to the fan read, “Pending IPL performances, but sadly I think not, due to lack of international exposure lately & IPL he is playing the majority of games in Chennai (if it goes ahead) which is suited for spin not pace, the conditions he will get in Australia.”
Last week, Dhoni was back in the nets during Chennai Super Kings (CSK) practice session at Chepauk and looking in ominous touch.
According to reports, he also slammed a century during a practice match.