Team India has secured the services of 4 spinners to act as net bowlers as the side ready for the future Border-Gavaskar Trophy. Washington Sundar, Saurabh Kumar, and R Sai Kishoreare the finger-spinners introduced, while leg-spinner Rahul Chahar will also contribute in the nets.

Australia also comprises a similar spin bowling unit, which aspect 3 finger-spinners in Ashton Agar, Todd Murphy, and Nathan Lyon. Mitchell Swepson is the single leg-spinner on the team. The Aussies also have seemed reasonable part-time choices under their belt, specifically Travis Head and Marnus Labuschagne.

According to a report by Cricbuzz, the team management should have considered it necessary to include additional fast bowlers as net bowlers in the preparation operation. It is thought that the team will be training against local fast bowlers in the nets.

Among the net bowlers needed by the Indian team, Sundar is the first choice. Being a right-arm off-spinner, he introduces the closest threat similar to the one Lyon will pose. The Tamil Nadu spinner has been a common feature in the white-ball arrangement since the T20 World Cup 2022.


He was, Although, not selected for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy as Kuldeep Yadav declared a spot as the 4th spinner in the team.

Regarding the other members involved, Chahar’s last appearance for India arrived during the T20 World Cup 2021. Sai Kishore and Saurabh have been part of the team as net bowlers on multiple occasions before, with the latter even acquiring a call-up in 2022 for the Test series against Sri Lanka.


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