Ind vs Aus Who can be the best opener with Mayank Agarwal for second test against Australia Akash Chopra told

New Delhi Many changes can be seen in the playing eleven when the Indian Test team takes on the field in the second Test match against Australia. The second match of the four-match Test series will be played in Melbourne from 26 December. There are two new changes in the playing eleven for this match, which are Virat Kohli and Mo. Shami will replace the team.

The biggest problem for the Indian team in this match is the opening batting, even when Prithvi Shaw is struggling to score runs. Maybe the chance to open the earth instead of Shubman Gill or KL Rahul is given. Either of these two can start the innings in place of Mayank Agarwal if Prithvi Shaw is dropped.

Now the former Indian batsman and commentator Akash Chopra has given his opinion through his YouTube channel about who can open for Team India in the second Test match. He said that, it does not seem that Prithvi Shaw will get a chance to play in the second match. It is because of this that his confidence is very low at the moment and he did not even score runs in the first match. If the team says that it is for some time then it is not that his name will not be considered in the future, surely he will be a part of the team in the future.

Akash Chopra clearly said that the team management and captain Rahane should hardly consider Ajinkya Rahane’s name. He said that personally I believe that KL Rahul should open. KL Rahul is my choice personally, but he will be Shubman Gill who will be the other option to replace Prithvi Shaw. will do. Akash said that, my vote is with KL Rahul, but if Shubman gets a chance to open then the sword will be hanging on him as Rohit will come back in the next match. If both Gill and Rahul are in the playing XI and Gill is opening, then Rahul should bat at number three or the middle position in the second position.


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