Aakash Chopra, a former Indian batsman, believes that Ravindra Jadeja won't be the team's most effective wicket-taker during the T20 World Cup. Jadeja is one of the 15 players who make up India's side for the forthcoming Asia Cup, and he will probably play in the T20 World Cup.
Jadeja is a "full package," according to Chopra, who was analysing India's spin-bowling prospects for the T20 World Cup, and will undoubtedly be in the starting XI. Chopra, though, predicted that the all-rounder will have trouble capturing wickets at the prestigious competition later this year in Australia.
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"Even though Ravindra Jadeja is a great player who can also bat and play in the field, he is not your go-to wicket-taker. He is a complete player who will play in the XI. Therefore, don't anticipate him to start picking up wickets frequently overnight. In any event, the conditions won't be favourable for his bowling "In a video posted to his YouTube page, Chopra remarked.
Jadeja is a good player, but Chopra noted his recent statistics with the ball haven't been particularly outstanding.
"We can see from his statistics that he has only played seven games since the T20 World Cup, has only taken four wickets, has an average of more than 43, and has an economy rate that is also close to 8.5. This is not good. Both you and I am aware that Ravindra Jadeja will play, but he won't offer you many wickets, so be prepared for that. The reflection is truthful," Chopra added.