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Sports Desk, Amar Ujala, Kanpur

Published by: swapnil shashank
Updated Wed, 24 Nov 2021 09:52 PM IST

Summary

Captain Ajinkya Rahane and head coach Rahul Dravid may prefer Umesh Yadav. This is because Umesh has done brilliantly after 2018. Be it India or any other country, Umesh has been successful everywhere.

Umesh Yadav
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The first Test match will be played between India and New Zealand in Kanpur from Thursday. For this match, the Indian team management can go with the strategy of three spinners and two fast bowlers. The importance of fast bowlers on the Indian sub-continent is nothing special.

In their place, spinners are given more importance, as they help the spinners on the pitch. However, reverse swing also enables fast bowlers to take wickets in India. In the match against New Zealand, India can go with any two fast bowlers from Umesh Yadav, Ishant Sharma and Mohammad Siraj.

Umesh Yadav’s performance in India (in Tests)

before 2018 after 2018
21 match 7
577.2 over 154.3
58 wicket 38
31.53 Average 13.86
59.7 strike rate 24.3

Captain Ajinkya Rahane and head coach Rahul Dravid may prefer Umesh Yadav. This is because Umesh has done brilliantly after 2018. Be it India or any other country, Umesh has been successful everywhere. In the last six years, there has been a lot of improvement in Indian fast bowling, due to which the team has won even outside their country.

As a result of this, Team India has won 11 consecutive Test series at home since 2012-13. It started after India’s series defeat to Australia in 2012-13. One bowler who has been at the top in India is Umesh Yadav. The last few years have not been good for Umesh as the competition has increased with the arrival of Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami.

Best strike rate (at least 100 overs) in bowling in your country since 2018

bowler match over wicket strike rate
Umesh Yadav (India) 7 154.3 38 24.3
Duane Olivier (South Africa) 5 139.0 31 26.9
Akshar Patel (India) 3 127.4 27 28.3
Kyle Jameson (New Zealand) 6 200.2 36 33.3
Mohammed Shami (India) 6 134.2 24 33.5

Bumrah and Shami were entering the field as Ishant’s partners. However, Bumrah and Shami have been rested for the series against New Zealand. In such a situation, Umesh Yadav can be given a chance. Umesh’s form can be traced to the fact that he took six wickets in the Oval Test in England this year. With the help of this, India took a 2-1 lead over England.

Since 2018 Umesh has played seven Tests for India in his home country and has a wicket-taking average of 13.86 and a strike rate of 24.3. That is, Umesh takes a wicket every 24.3 balls in Test in his country. He has 38 wickets in seven Tests. Before 2018, Umesh had played 21 Tests in India and took 58 wickets. During this his strike rate was 59.7. Umesh has taken 96 wickets in 28 Tests in India at a strike rate of 45.7.

Best strike rate in bowling in India (minimum 300 overs)

bowler match over wicket strike rate
Mohammed Shami (India) 16 438.4 62 42.4
Umesh Yadav (India) 28 731.5 96 45.7
R Ashwin (India) 47 2280.4 286 47.8
Kapil Dev (India) 65 2035.1 219 55.7
Javagal Srinath (India) 32 1005.0 108 55.8

Umesh is second only to Mohammed Shami in terms of the best strike rate in bowling (the bowler has bowled at least 300 overs) in India. Shami has taken 62 wickets in 16 Tests at home at a strike rate of 42.4. Ravichandran Ashwin is at number three. Ashwin has taken 286 wickets in 47 Tests in India at a strike rate of 47.8.

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The first Test match will be played between India and New Zealand in Kanpur from Thursday. For this match, the Indian team management can go with the strategy of three spinners and two fast bowlers. The importance of fast bowlers on the Indian sub-continent is nothing special.

In their place, spinners are given more importance, as they help the spinners on the pitch. However, reverse swing also enables fast bowlers to take wickets in India. In the match against New Zealand, India can go with any two fast bowlers from Umesh Yadav, Ishant Sharma and Mohammad Siraj.

Umesh Yadav’s performance in India (in Tests)

before 2018 after 2018
21 match 7
577.2 over 154.3
58 wicket 38
31.53 Average 13.86
59.7 strike rate 24.3

Captain Ajinkya Rahane and head coach Rahul Dravid may prefer Umesh Yadav. This is because Umesh has done brilliantly after 2018. Be it India or any other country, Umesh has been successful everywhere. In the last six years, there has been a lot of improvement in Indian fast bowling, due to which the team has won even outside their country.

As a result of this, Team India has won 11 consecutive Test series at home since 2012-13. It started after India’s series defeat to Australia in 2012-13. One bowler who has been at the top in India is Umesh Yadav. The last few years have not been good for Umesh as the competition has increased with the arrival of Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami.

Best strike rate (at least 100 overs) in bowling in your country since 2018

bowler match over wicket strike rate
Umesh Yadav (India) 7 154.3 38 24.3
Duane Olivier (South Africa) 5 139.0 31 26.9
Akshar Patel (India) 3 127.4 27 28.3
Kyle Jameson (New Zealand) 6 200.2 36 33.3
Mohammed Shami (India) 6 134.2 24 33.5

Bumrah and Shami were entering the field as Ishant’s partners. However, Bumrah and Shami have been rested for the series against New Zealand. In such a situation, Umesh Yadav can be given a chance. Umesh’s form can be traced to the fact that he took six wickets in the Oval Test in England this year. With the help of this, India took a 2-1 lead over England.

Since 2018 Umesh has played seven Tests for India in his home country and has a wicket-taking average of 13.86 and a strike rate of 24.3. That is, Umesh takes a wicket every 24.3 balls in Test in his country. He has 38 wickets in seven Tests. Before 2018, Umesh had played 21 Tests in India and took 58 wickets. During this his strike rate was 59.7. Umesh has taken 96 wickets in 28 Tests in India at a strike rate of 45.7.

Best strike rate in bowling in India (minimum 300 overs)

bowler match over wicket strike rate
Mohammed Shami (India) 16 438.4 62 42.4
Umesh Yadav (India) 28 731.5 96 45.7
R Ashwin (India) 47 2280.4 286 47.8
Kapil Dev (India) 65 2035.1 219 55.7
Javagal Srinath (India) 32 1005.0 108 55.8

Umesh is second only to Mohammed Shami in terms of the best strike rate in bowling (the bowler has bowled at least 300 overs) in India. Shami has taken 62 wickets in 16 Tests at home at a strike rate of 42.4. Ravichandran Ashwin is at number three. Ashwin has taken 286 wickets in 47 Tests in India at a strike rate of 47.8.

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