Indian Cricket team and its fans are anxiously waiting for the final game of the 3 match T20 series. The series which is tied at 1-1 after India’s close win in 2nd game on Sunday at Lucknow. While the Indian team is getting ready for the final game, the focus is on one young player. Ishan Kishan is under huge pressure to deliver as his form is now a topic of debate.
The story so far –
Just a few weeks ago, Ishan Kishan became the 4th Indian to score an ODI double ton. The 24 year old was lauded across the cricketing spectrum for his amazing form with the bat. Just when it was expected, Kishan will push on, he has started to find his form desert him.
Nitish Rana likes a tweet about Ishan Kishan’s form –
Muddafal Vora is name many will know as he is known for his cricket related breaking news and updates. Vora, took to Twitter to post the recent scores of Ishan Kishan and his struggles with the bat. Nitish Rana who played a few games for India in 2021 along with Ishan Kishan had liked the tweet.
Ishan Kishan’s troubles with the bat –
Since his double century for India against Bangladesh, the runs seems to have dried up for the 24 year old. After his 37 against Sri Lanka at Mumbai, Kishan has played 7 innings crossing double figures just twice. Ishan Kishan has scored 56 runs from 6 innings in the period leading to the final game on Wednesday.
Shaw to play the final T20?
According to reports, Prithvi Shaw is set to play the final game on Wednesday at Ahmedabad. The 23 year old could replace Rahul Tripathi with Ishan Kishan set to bat at number 3. The move will provide India to get a good start with a natural stroke player in the form of Shaw alongside his former under-19 teammate Shubman Gill.
Kishan’s form crucial for India –
If reports are to be believed then Ishan Kishan is set to make his test debut against Australia. The left hander will replace his good friend Rishabh Pant who is recovering after suffering an accident late last year. Kishan could be fighting for places with experienced wicket keeper batter KS Bharat. The first match of the 4 match series begin on 9th February at Nagpur.