“We simply need to perceive how much playing time we will actually want to give him. We have a major crew, impractical to have everybody in the playing XI,” Dravid was straight out when gotten some information about ‘Jammu Express’. Umran Malik falls several inches shy of the meaning of a tall quick bowler however his competitor like build compensates for it.
India lead trainer Rahul Dravid has consistently kept up with that he loves progression and gave clear clues on Tuesday that pace sensation Umran Malik could need to hang tight for his turn.
Dravid was talking in front of the first of five-match T20 International series among India and South Africa here on Thursday.
“We simply need to perceive how much playing time we will actually want to give him. We have a major crew, impractical to have everybody in the playing XI,” Dravid was straight out when gotten some information about the ‘Jammu Express’.
“I’m somebody who likes consistency and give individuals time to get comfortable. Arshadeep has likewise gotten along nicely, who is additionally an interesting player, who bowls well.
“We have a tad of experienced folks in Harshal, Buvi and Avesh, who played in the last series. It is energizing to have the youthful folks too, it assists us with widening our pool and see what they can do,” he said.
The mentor, however, had expressions of acclaim so that Umran and needs might see him more in Test cricket.
“He is invigorating, unquestionably bowls speedy and has pace. One more astonishing thing in the IPL for me was to see the Indian players bowl super quick. The more he plays the better he gets. Exceptionally glad to have him in the blend,” he said.
“As a mentor I couldn’t want anything more than to see it mean the more drawn out configuration of the game,” the perfectionist in him said.