Cricketer Sarfaraz Khan is a middle-order batter and scores quick runs in all formats of cricket. His average speaks volumes to make himself a good option for BCCI to pick him for Australia series. If he performs, it would be just too good for India to go, win the World Test Championship (WTC) too. Yes, why not BCCI pick Sarfaraz Khan for Australia series to test his batting skills against the top Test team Australia?
It would be then a perfect test for poor Sarfaraz who wants desperately to play for India. It’s again, nothing to lose for BCCI by picking him to play Australia in India.
Shreyas Iyer is injured and few others also not doing their best in the middle-order whether ODI or Test cricket. Is it a calculative risk to pick Sarfaraz? No it’s just to strengthen India’s middle-order. His story so far, known to almost every cricket expert like Venkatesh Prasad, Sunil Gavaskar and so on.
Looking at each and every match in his career, it matters a lot. Selectors too, should look at his performances in each of his innings to assess what’s best. Sarfaraz is just the best option right now. With an impeccable average of almost 80 in first class cricket, Sarfaraz also considered as next to sir Don Bradman.
BCCI Pick Sarfaraz Khan & Why Not?
He’s happy to know that he’s somewhat near or compared with. But not too close to the greatest batter in history, sir Don Bradman. Sir Bradman’s average in first class cricket is just what Sarfaraz Khan near to or achieving that than none other batter across the world.
It’s time for BCCI to look in to how Sarfaraz played his under 19 cricket for India and much more. There are lot of reports, posts and tweets on Sarfaraz Khan, which our readers would like to know. Just read some articles by espncricinfo.com staff or read other ones through Twitter by the hashtag #SarfarazKhan.