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Yes, not sure why they have picked Ruturaj and all of a sudden sabogated Shaw from ODIs. Didn't he played the ODI series vs Sri Lanka and did fine?

 

Kishan is part of the team and so is SKY, then why not Shaw?

 

With Rohit and Kohli in top 3, India need one of either Shaw or Kishan in the top 3. Then probably Pant at 4 and KL at 5.

 

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It's pretty hopeless how duds like Mayank and Panchal supersede him.

 

Consider this fact. People who actually put their money where their mouth is, they choose Shaw over duds like Dhawan. Check DC retention. They know who's more value.

 

But our selectors, mediocre players who become selectors because nobody qualified wants the job, think Dhawan is the way forward for our LOI team in South Africa.

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Just now, Sean Bradley said:

Shaw is extremely talented no doubt, but he needs to tighten his game outside off stump if he wish to succeed in SENA conditions. 

 

A tight defence is a cliche much like a good footwork. Players find their own way and as long as they succeed more often than they fail, the topic of technique shouldn't be overplayed.

 

Shaw has a quick eye and fast hands. On A tours, he has either dominated or been completely untroubled facing quicks who have terrorized senior Indian batsmen - Jamieson, Ollie robinson, Marco Jansen.

 

Besides, it's beyond funny to beat up Shaw for an alleged flaw in technique even as we have Mayank opening for India.

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1 hour ago, sarchasm said:

 

A tight defence is a cliche much like a good footwork. Players find their own way and as long as they succeed more often than they fail, the topic of technique shouldn't be overplayed.

 

Shaw has a quick eye and fast hands. On A tours, he has either dominated or been completely untroubled facing quicks who have terrorized senior Indian batsmen - Jamieson, Ollie robinson, Marco Jansen.

 

Besides, it's beyond funny to beat up Shaw for an alleged flaw in technique even as we have Mayank opening for India.

Shaw is a hawk who should not be caged in the name of technique and experience,no excuse now when this side is on brink of next transition cycle

He's too good a player to be ignored,sides across the globe crave for a guy like him

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We don't really need Shaw to emulate Viru, coz we want to win in SEN these days, wr have already conquered Australia and subcontinent and a player like Viru would hardly contribute much to wins in SEN. 

 

Shaw needs to learn how to tackle the moving ball, that's the need of the hour. 

He is more than capable of doing that, has played in England for half his career. 

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2 hours ago, sarchasm said:

 

A tight defence is a cliche much like a good footwork. Players find their own way and as long as they succeed more often than they fail, the topic of technique shouldn't be overplayed.

 

Shaw has a quick eye and fast hands. On A tours, he has either dominated or been completely untroubled facing quicks who have terrorized senior Indian batsmen - Jamieson, Ollie robinson, Marco Jansen.

 

Besides, it's beyond funny to beat up Shaw for an alleged flaw in technique even as we have Mayank opening for India.

I am a Shaw Advocate myself, Shaw can be utilised in Sehwag Mould, at times even Sehwag knew the art of letting the odd one go outside off stump. Shaw has a tendency to go after everything which has led to his downfall on many occasions. All I wish for Shaw to show some patience, if he stays for till lunch, India will more often than not be 120/1 on most occasions.

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