Hindustan Times – He could be in line for a Test debut against West Indies but Prithvi Shaw shouldn’t curb his attacking style of batsmanship provided he gets the nod, feels India vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane.

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  • He could be in line for a Test debut against West Indies but Prithvi Shaw shouldn’t curb his attacking style of batsmanship provided he gets the nod, feels India vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane.
  • ALSO READ: Prithvi Shaw reveals the lesson Virat Kohli gave him to be successful After a disappointing outing in England, Rahane lead Mumbai to victories over Baroda, Karnataka and Railways in the Vijay Hazare Trophy last month and he said it provided him good match practice ahead of the West Indies series.
  • “After coming back from England, I was just looking to do well for Mumbai at that point of time and get some match practice (although it was white ball cricket) ahead of the West Indies series.
  • Vijay Hazare was a good match practice for me,” said Rahane.
  • India will need to quickly adapt to the different yet familiar home conditions at home to dominate the two-Test series against West Indies, feels the Indian vice-captain.


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