You can’t ignore him, either love him or hate him. Sir Ravindra Jadeja claimed just one wicket from three matches while conceding 185 runs from his quota of 30 overs.
Jadeja’s only bright moment with the ball in the recently concluded three-match ODI series against Australia was when he dismissed Australian captain Aaron Finch for 75 in Canberra.
However, what has gone in favor of Sir Ravindra Jadeja is the fact that he has a multitude of skills to bank on. And in this series, his batting and fielding truly came to the fore.
Jadeja is firmly entrenched in the Indian limited overs team, while Ashwin is nowhere close to being a part of it – despite the fact that he had a good IPL 2020 with the white ball.
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Ravindra Jadeja is going to be in the thick of things during the upcoming T20I series as well, mainly because of his batting and fielding abilities.
There is also a theory that by sending Jadeja at No. 7, the Indian batting gains a great deal of depth in the shorter formats of the game.
As they lack the option of a sixth bowler, the Indian cricket team management is eagerly waiting for the moment when Hardik Pandya is ready to bowl his quota of overs.
Until that happens, the team would have to make do with what they have. And what they have right now is Ravindra Jadeja.
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