IND VS AUS: Sunil Gavaskar wants KL Rahul to open for India and Shubman Gill plays in 6th position | KL Rahul gets opportunity for Ompnig in place of Sunil Gavaskar, says Shubman Gill at bat at number 6

New Delhi: Team India veteran Sunil Gavaskar replaced Lokesh Rahul (KL Rahul) as opener for Prithvi Shaw (Prithvi Shaw) for the second Test in Melbourne from December 26. Is said to feed At the same time, Gavaskar wants to give Shubman Gill a place in the middle order.

In the first test against Australia, the Indian team suffered an eight-wicket defeat and meanwhile India slumped for 36 points in the second inning which is its lowest score in the test cricket.

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Gavaskar (Sunil Gavaskar) spoke about making possible changes in the Indian XI. He said, “India can make two changes. Lokesh Rahul may have the chance to replace Prithvi Shaw as the first opener. Shubman Gill is expected to arrive at number five or six. He is in good shape. If we start well, things can change.

Gavaskar (Sunil Gavaskar) said if India does not adopt a positive attitude the team could face a 0–4 loss. The former Indian captain said: “India must be convinced that they can return in the remaining matches of the Test Series. If India does not adopt a positive attitude, the series could lose 0-4. But if they can take a positive attitude, why not take it. can this happen ”.

He said: “India should start the Melbourne test well, it’s important for them to come on the pitch with a lot of positive. Australia’s weak side is its stick ”.

Gavaskar believes resentment among fans is natural after the Indian innings were reduced to 36 in the first test.

Gavaskar (Sunil Gavaskar) also felt that the Indian team missed a lot of holds in the first test, which took the team to a lead of just 53 points.

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He said: “If we had caught the catch and put the field players in the right place, there would have been no problem, Tim Paine and Marnus Labushen would have come out early.”

Gavaskar said: “We could have gotten a 120 point lead. Australia managed to make a comeback because of those dripping catches and limited India’s lead to 50 points ”.