IPL Auction Live: Change Rishabh Pant’s Batting Order. With calls for him to open the innings in both T20 and ODI cricket mounting, India seems set to maintain Rishabh Pant in the lower middle order. In short overs, particularly in T20 cricket, Pant has not had the same degree of success despite being praised for his aggression and dependability in Test cricket.
A total of 32 Test appearances have been made by Pant, who has scored 2169 runs at an average of 43.38, including five hundreds and 10 half-centuries. He has scored 865 runs in 30 one-day international games at an average of 34.60, with one century and five half-centuries. In 66 T20 Internationals, he has scored 987 runs with average strike rates of 22.43 and 126.37, respectively.
I Think We Will See A Big IPL From Rishabh Pant This Year: Brad Hogg
Brad Hogg, a former Australian spinner, now wishes Ricky Ponting, his former international colleague, and captain would permit Pant to start the Delhi Capitals’ 2022 Indian Premier League (IPL) campaign (DC). Ponting will take over as the team’s head coach, and Pant will serve as the team’s captain.
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“The only thing that I want to see with Rishabh Pant right now is improvement in white-ball formats. When the field is spread, he doesn’t seem to have much success as he has in Test cricket. He’s up there at the IPL with Ricky Ponting. I think we’ll see a big IPL from Rishabh Pant this year.
He’ll attack the game differently and he’ll have a different role. Hopefully, Ricky Ponting gets him to open rather than (sending him) down the list,” said Hogg on his Youtube channel.
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“With the powerplay, with only two fielders out, those six overs is where he can really do some damage in T20 cricket. It’s the same in the 50-over game.
Try and get him to open, where he can blast away in those first 10 overs with only two out. In the next 30 overs, you can only have four out. There are still one or two places in the outfield where he can attack,” he said.