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Soon, new roles may be assigned to two talented youngsters in the Indian team. The ability of Yashasvi Jaiswal and Tilak Varma to be known to all. Both made stunning debuts for the Indian cricket team in the West Indies tour. While Jaiswal has impressed in the top order, Tilak Varma has shown quite a bit of promise in the middle order in T20Is. However, they could also be assigned bowling roles. Indian bowling coach Paras Mhambrey said the team is working on the bowling skills of young bowlers like Tilak Varma and Yashasvi Jaiswal, who can bowl as part-time bowlers and will soon see them bowling at least one over each in a match.

“When you have someone who can chip, it’s nice. I’ve seen Tilak and Yashasvi bowl from U19s. They’re capable of being good bowlers. They can work on it at this level. When you have options like that, it’s nice to give them we have. We hope we will see them playing soon, we are working on it. It will take time. Soon, we will see them bowling at least,” Paras said in a pre-match press conference.

India will take on the West Indies in the fourth T20I in Florida, USA on Saturday. India staged a comeback in the last match, winning by seven wickets to keep the series alive at 2-1.

The bowling coach praised pacer Mukesh Kumar for his performances in this tour where he made his debut for India in all formats.

“I’m very happy with his (Mukesh’s) progress. Not many guys get a chance to play all three formats in one tour. He’s probably the second one. It’s fantastic that he’s doing it. His thought process and approach is fantastic. He is someone who needs to come here, play against tough opponents and wickets. I am happy with the character he has shown. We will have to be smart about his workload. He is a young lad, he has played a lot of domestic cricket. There is a lot of quality “, he added.

Mukesh has played one Test and three ODIs and T20Is each on this tour. In Tests, he has picked two wickets. In ODIs, he has four wickets with best figures of 3/30 while in T20Is, he has two wickets with best figures of 1/19. The 29-year-old represents Bengal in domestic cricket.

Speaking about the wicket at the Central Broward Regional Park Stadium Turf Ground, in Lauderhill, Paras said it is a good batting surface, with the ball coming into the bat nicely.

“It’s different (compared to the pitches earlier in the series), especially when it comes to the clay. It’s black clay, the kind of clay we have in North India. with the ball coming on the bat nicely. That’s what we saw in the nets. The hitting it was easy. It could be a high-scoring game,” he said.

Paras said it’s good to be in the U.S. because of the crowd support and reception for the men in blue.

In discussions with the bowling unit about playing on a batting-friendly surface, the coach said, “This format is such that batsmen will follow you, especially on a wicket like this. It is important to have discipline. It is important To decide on plans, execution becomes very important. If you focus on that, you give yourself the best chance to succeed.”

Paras also expressed his delight at the way the team bounced back in the third game.

“I’m very happy with the way we came back. Even in the first two games, we didn’t fall too far behind. We just couldn’t capitalize on the opportunities. If we did, the results could have been different. The way we played the third T20I, we’re ticking all the boxes in all the departments. We’ll only go up from there,” he concluded.

With ANI inputs

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