IND vs SL: Wasim Jaffer Delivers No-Nonsense Verdict On Sanju Samson’s International Career. Wasim Jaffer, a former opening batsman for the Indian National Cricket Team, is optimistic that Kerala’s Sanju Samson will be selected for the white-ball teams for India’s next home series against Sri Lanka and New Zealand.
In 2023, a limited-overs series will feature tours of India by Sri Lanka and New Zealand. Three ODIs and three T20Is will be played during Sri Lanka’s tour of India in 2023. On January 3, 5, and 7, three T20I matches will be held in Mumbai, Pune, and Rajkot, respectively. The ODIs, meanwhile, will be held at Guwahati, Kolkata, and Trivandrum on January 10, 12, and 15 respectively.
Notably, the duty of choosing the squads for the upcoming series against Sri Lanka has been given to the departing selection committee, led by Chetan Sharma.
The Men in Blue will play the New Zealand National Cricket Team in a three-match ODI series and a three-match T20I series from January 18 to February 1 following the Sri Lanka series. Hyderabad, Raipur, Indore, Ranchi, Lucknow, and Ahmedabad will all host games.
Wasim Jaffer Hopes Sanju Samson “Gets A Consistent Long Run”
Wasim Jaffer, the current batting coach for Punjab Kings (PBKS) and a former opening batsman for the Indian National Cricket Team, tweeted on December 26 that he was hoped Sanju Samson will be selected for the ODI and T20I teams for the series against Sri Lanka and New Zealand.
Jaffer also wants Samson to have a steady stream of opportunities for the team. Notably, the former cricketer’s remarks were made one day before the team was chosen.
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“I hope Sanju Samson is part of India squads for both the T20I and ODI series against SL and NZ. And gets a consistent long run,” Jaffer tweeted on Monday.
— Wasim Jaffer (@WasimJaffer14) December 26, 2022
In 2015, Sanju Samson made his T20I debut. He has, however, only appeared in 16 T20I matches thus far. He played his first ODI in 2021 and has since appeared in 11 matches. The administration of the Indian team and the selection committee have come under fire from a number of fans and experts for not giving the incredibly skilled wicketkeeper-batter a long rope.