Avesh Khan has played 38 first class matches so far in which he has taken 149 wickets.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India appointed Avesh Khan in place of Mohammed Shami. South Africa He was included in the Indian team for the second and final test match against India. Let us tell you, Avesh Khan has not yet made his debut in Test cricket but he took five wickets against South Africa A in the second unofficial Test.
South Africa defeated the Indian team by an innings and 32 runs in the first Test match played in Centurion. The performance of the Indian team in the Boxing Day Test was quite disappointing. Not only this, captain Rohit Sharma was also very disappointed with the performance of the Indian fast bowlers. Rohit Sharma himself gave this statement that Jasprit Bumrah did his job well but the other bowlers did not give him good support.
Avesh Khan’s performance in international cricket has been quite good. He has bowled very well for the Indian team in ODIs. Looking at this, it can be said that Avesh Khan can make his Test debut for the Indian team in the second and final Test match.
Avesh Khan has played 38 first class matches so far in which he has taken 149 wickets. Earlier, he was not included in the Indian team in the Test series being played against South Africa but he can get a lot of help in South Africa.
The second and final Test match between South Africa and India starts from January 3.
At present, South Africa is leading 1-0 in the two-match Test series. Now the second and final Test match between these two teams will be played in Cape Town from January 3 to January 7. Both the teams would definitely like to win this second test.
Talking about the first test match, for the Indian team, KL Rahul scored 101 runs in the first innings while Virat Kohli played an important inning of 76 runs in the second innings. Apart from these two batsmen, no other batsman could play a big innings. It is very important for all the Indian players to perform brilliantly in the second test match.