Former India coach Greg Chappell

New Delhi:

Former Australian cricketer Greg Chappell has said that the Indian bowling attack will be equal to hosts Australia in the upcoming WTC final. This mega match will be played at the Oval Stadium in London from June 7. Chappell said That India has bowlers in the form of Mohammed Shami, Mohammed Siraj and Ravichandran Ashwin, who will pose a lot of challenge to the hosts.

"I don't think the Indian bowling attack is any less than Australia. Shami is a good bowler and Siraj has been in great rhythm in the finished IPL. In such a situation, these bowlers will present the same challenge in front of the host batsmen, as the Australian bowlers will give to the Indian batsman. Since the end of the IPL, a large section of the Indian attack has been discussed. And in response to this discussion, Chappell has said his point. The debate is also going on about what combination India should go on the field with. Having Jadeja and Ashwin remains a good headache for the management.

"If you ask me, I think India should go with two spinners. Both Ashwin and Jadeja have been very brilliant. And even if Jadeja does not take many wickets, he will not give much runs and will hold one end. In such a situation, fast bowlers will get the necessary space. In the last few years, Jadeja has been very brilliant in batting. Talking about Ashwin, he is one of the best bowlers of this generation. He thinks differently from the rest of the bowlers and that's what sets him apart from others.

The former veteran said that Storc's over-the-wicket bowling will also allow Ashwin to use the footmark set on the third day of the match. At that very place. Looking at the last Gavaskar-Border trophy, Ashwin also has a slight psychological advantage. And when you add his batting at No. 8, he becomes india's key player. I think India should play with both spinners.

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