Former India head coach Ravi Shastri made it clear that selectors need to keep a close eye on young Rajasthan Royals (RR) batter Yashasvi Jaiswal, whose game Shastri believes is based on ‘power and timing’.
The ongoing edition of the IPL has entered the last stage, and competition is now getting more intense. Fans will have the chance to witness two key encounters, as teams need those two crucial points to keep their qualification hopes alive. Rajasthan Royals will be in action on their home ground at Jaipur against Royal Challengers Bangalore, and in another match, Chennai Super Kings have been gearing up against the spirited Kolkata Knight Riders at Chepauk in today’s second match.
The battle for the Orange Cap between RCB captain Faf du Plessis and young RR opener Yashasvi Jaiswal has intensified.
Shastri believes that Indian selectors should keep an eye on young Jaiswal, the talented batter who has the ability to make it to Team India. He would be a bright prospect for the national team.
Currently, Jaiswal is in tremendous form and has scored 575 runs in 12 matches at a stupendous average of 52.27 with a strike rate of over 167. In his 12 matches, he has scored a hundred and four half centuries, and his best score is 124