Potchefstroom (South Africa). The junior teams of India and Australia will face not only a thrilling encounter when they meet face-to-face here in the quarter-finals of the ICC Under-19 World Cup on Tuesday, but will also witness an interesting battle between wrist spinners Ravi Bishnoi and Tanvir Sangha. Wrist spinners have played an important role in white ball cricket in recent times and junior cricket is also not untouched, with Bishnoi proving to be the most influential bowler of the tournament. He will try to keep his team's weight heavy against the Australian team. Bishnoi has taken ten wickets in three matches so far. These include the spectacular performance of taking four wickets for 30 runs against New Zealand. With this, Bishnoi proved why Kings XI Punjab had spent two crore rupees on him during the IPL auction.
Consider the figures, Sangha is not far behind Bishnoi and he has also taken ten wickets so far. , In which his best performance has been five wickets for 14 runs, which he made against Nigeria. But this Australian player of Indian origin had also taken four wickets against the West Indies and he had taken one wicket against England. In the match on Tuesday, both wrist spinners will prove to be very important for their teams. In this match, Australia would like to improve their poor record against India at junior level. Out of the five matches played between these two teams at the under-19 level after 2013, India won four matches and one match was canceled due to rain.
Indian teams are compared Looks far ahead of his opponent. He has useful batsmen in the form of Yashasvi Jaiswal, his opening partner Divyansh Saxena and captain Priyam Garg who have left a good mark of their skills so far. In the bowling department, Karthik Tyagi and left-arm fast bowler Akash Singh of Uttar Pradesh have made a useful pair. Left-arm spinner Atharva Ankolekar also proved his ability by making a spectacular comeback against New Zealand. During the fielding, his right hand finger was injured, which could become an obstacle in his path. Australia have a good batsman, Captain McKenzie Harvey (nephew of former Australia all-rounder Ian Harvey). He played a brilliant innings of 65 runs in the last league match against England. In bowling, Conor Sully is a useful bowler and contributes to batting as well.