Nagpur: Debutant all rounder Ravindra Jadeja feels that India’s plan of going in with four spinners at the cost of a quick bowler is a good strategy and will pay off for the team in the second innings.
“Four spinners will come in handy later in the game especially in the second innings. Currently wicket is not offering much help to any kind of bowlers butI think spinners will get more and more help as the game progresses,” Jadeja said after the end of first day play of the fourth Test here today.
Jadeja dished out a decent performance with the ball as he dismissed Jonathan Trott and the half centurion Kevin Pietersen.
The Saurasthra player said that India were aiming to bowl out England for something between 300 and 350 on Friday.
“The less number of runs we give the better it will be for us. Ball will start turning on day two or three. As footmarks, develop ball will starting turning more. We will have restrict them to 300-350.”
Talking about the wicket condition, he said, “There is no turn on offer. It’s flat and very slow. Fast bowlers are also finding it difficult to bowl. No turn for spinners and bounce is low. Key to on this wicket is to bowl stump-to-stump and not give them easy runs and boundaries so that they play wrong shots and get out.”
By Indian Sports News Network
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