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In a few days, R Ashwin will start his County army with Worcestershire and a central word on his ostracism from a Indian ODI patrol in Sri Lanka is that he’s“rested”. But with a new importance on nurturing wrist spinners, there seems to be a doubt symbol over Ashwin’s limited-overs future, generally on good pitches in abroad tours.
The Indian group bowling coach, Bharat Arun insisted that a off-spinner is in a intrigue of ODI things. At a same time, however, he spoke about a team’s long-term plans. “… really yes. Ashwin is also partial of a ODI group that we are looking at. We would also like to give a lot of opportunities to other bowlers as well. And afterwards we have a long-term devise in place. And afterwards we will take a call accordingly,” Arun told reporters.
Ashwin has picked 116 wickets in 20 Tests during 25.06 over a final 13 months. During a same duration he accounted for 8 scalps in 9 ODIs during 53.75. The off-spinner has had been in and out of a ODI group and even after hugely successful home Test deteriorate he was axed for India’s Champions Trophy opener opposite Pakistan. In a subsequent 3 matches he took one wicket during an normal of 167.00. Kedar Jadhav, a part-time offie bagged 3 wickets during 22.33.