Cheteshwar Pujara is running out of the Indian test team. Pujara, who is fighting his way back to the India team by improving his form, is currently playing county cricket in England. Pujara, who plays for Sussex, continually receives runs off the bat from him. He has scored 4 centuries in 4 consecutive games. Pujara has played 201, 109, 203 and 170 races so far. Seeing this form of Cheteshwar Pujara, it is believed that he can be included in the squad for the Test series against England. But in the meantime, Sunil Gavaskar has made a big statement about Cheteshwar Pujara.
Sunil Gavaskar said Pujara might not get the benefit of county cricket form in the Test series against England. Gavaskar believes that there is a big difference between county cricket bowling and test team bowling. Therefore, Pujara will not gain much of an advantage in the Test series against England. We inform that a test match between India and England will be played in Edgbaston in July. Gavaskar said we saw at the World Trial Championship last year that New Zealand had taken advantage of the situation. He said that New Zealand had played 2 Test matches in England before the Test Championship final. For this reason, the kiwi team looked more comfortable in the final of the Test Championship.
Gavaskar said Pujara is always scoring runs in England conditions, it’s a good thing. But county cricket bowling and test team bowling are very different. However, Pujara can benefit from playing in these conditions. At the beginning of January, on the tour of South Africa, Pujara had the opportunity to play in 3 test matches. But after a poor performance, Pujara was eliminated from the next Sri Lankan series. Pujara, who is out of the India team, is consistently scoring runs in county cricket. Now it will be interesting to see if he gets a place in the Indian squad for the series against England.