Avesh Khan will not play in the Sunday match between India and Pakistan, according to sources. Avesh was not doing well, according to Rahul Dravid, who addressed it during the news conference on Saturday. Even without his poor performance, the Madhya Pradesh player was expected to be benched. In terms of speed, India is without a back-up. Therefore, Avesh has to be replaced with a spinner or an all-rounder. The game will take place on September 4 in Dubai. Here, we examine the potential replacements for Avesh Khan in the starting 11 for the India vs. Pakistan Asia Cup 2022 Super Four game.
R Ashwin is most likely to participate in the Super Four match against Pakistan. He has experience, is capable of producing four excellent overs of bowling, and gives depth to the batting order.
India must use Hardik Pandya as the third seamer because the team is devoid of any other pacers. The Baroda all-rounder played effectively against Pakistan and must have a similar impact when he returns. India might not utilise Deepak Hooda if Ravindra Jadeja is also missing since the bowling might deteriorate. Ashwin is the best choice among the alternatives due to his expertise and adaptability.