Both of them have been linked as net bowlers along with Umran Malik.
Avesh Khan And Venkatesh Iyer He has been asked by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to stay in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) after the completion of the Indian Premier League (IPL) so that he can be included with the Indian team during the T20 World Cup. Avesh Khan and Venkatesh Iyer Umran Malik Will be kept as a net bowler with Note that not all of these players are part of the list of standby players, which currently includes Shreyas Iyer, Shardul Thakur And Deepak Chahar Are included. However, the Indian team, like other teams, has until October 15 to make changes to its final squad for the competition.
After a series of stellar performances for Delhi Capitals in the first leg of the IPL, Avesh traveled to England with the Indian team earlier this year. However, he had to return home after suffering a thumb injury. Iyer’s inclusion in the list of “net bowlers” was a bit of a surprise as he mostly bowls seam-up. At the same time, he has made a name for Kolkata Knight Riders as an opening batsman and not as a bowler.
Iyer, a player from Madhya Pradesh, who made his List A and T20 debuts in 2015 and then made his first-class debut in 2018. Iyer was one of the most talented youngsters in the second phase of the IPL in the UAE. He did well with the bat especially for the Knight Riders. He has so far scored 265 runs in eight innings at a strike rate of 123.25. At the same time, during his bowling, he has also taken three wickets in 7.3 overs.
Avesh, meanwhile, has continued to do well for the Capitals, and is now at number two in the list of highest wicket-takers. He has taken 23 wickets in 15 matches giving runs with an economy rate of 7.50.
The third member of the line-up of net bowlers is Umran Malik, who has impressed in the ongoing IPL mainly with his pace. He is capable of bowling regularly at 150 km/h. T Natarajan, 21-year-old from Jammu and Kashmir, was included in the Sunrisers Hyderabad team after being infected with Kovid-19.
All Indian players are in UAE for the past few weeks due to IPL. They will be together for their first warm-up match against Australia on October 18, three days after the completion of the IPL. Their second and final warm-up match is against South Africa on 20 October, and they will begin their campaign against Pakistan on 24 October in the main tournament.