Harbhajan selected the Indian opener for the Test series against Australia!


The 4-match Test series between India and Australia will be played from 17 December. The first Test match of the series will be played in Adelaide which will be Day Night. This test match will be played with a pink ball. After the first Test, India's regular captain Virat Kohli will return home. Since then, different aspects are being discussed. It includes aspects from the ground to the outside. Discussions are going on within the field about team composition and batting order and options, while outside the field, veterans like Kapil Dev are also reacting to Virat's return. While it is true that there are many options for the start of the innings, but in the middle order, a void is visible in the absence of Virat.

There is little chance that there will be any tampering of the order of Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane, but KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma are here to replace Virat in the middle order. At the same time, Rohit Sharma has also made it clear on Sunday that he is ready to play on any order. However, Harbhajan Singh has come up with a new idea and said that no matter what the circumstances, Rohit Sharma should start the innings in the Test series. At the same time, the second opener is Mayank Agarwal, who did better by opening his career in Australia last year.

At the same time, Bhajji also said that KL Rahul is a level player, who can bat even in the middle order and the order does not matter to him. Bhajji said that I will not change the opening combination. Rohit Sharma should start the innings, while KL Rahul should replace Virat. KL Rahul is a good batsman for batting at number 3 and 4. If he opens, whose chances are negligible, or play at number-3, then it will make a big difference.