Vihari, Shaw in; Vijay axed for last two England Tests

Vihari, Shaw in; Vijay axed for last two England Tests

What has propelled his selection is his performance in Ranji Trophy 2017/18 season, where he amassed 752 runs in just six outings at an average of 94. Vijay was also in a woeful form when India toured South Africa earlier this year and has 6 single-digit scores in his last 11 innings.

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Vihari has a first-class batting average of 59.79 which is the highest among the active players.

Shaw isn't expected to debut in Southampton though, with India's opening partnership having looked solid with a stand of 60 during each innings of their win over England at Trent Bridge.

"It's been a long journey for me". I got a call from the India A manager that I have to leave tomorrow.

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"So once I get to a hundred I will have the confidence to score a double hundred or even a triple hundred, previous year which I got". So much so that he told a eight-year-old Prithvi that no coach should change his natural technique.

"We have been working under Rahul [Dravid] sir, Paras [Mhambrey] sir and our fielding coach Abhay Sharma sir for two years now". Even when we played in New Zealand our bowlers were clicking 140. Shaw is only 18 but he gave a good account of himself on India A's tour of England earlier this year, scored one first-class hundred and two in the one-day tri-series. Besides that, he previously became the youngest player to score a hundred in Duleep Trophy debut.

"In recent times, I have tried to work on shorter formats as well but four-day cricket is something I really pride on".

"I have always had the hunger of scoring big runs but once you have that maturity and experience and exposure then you tend to have more confidence within yourself and that is what has helped me", he said.

The five match test series between India and England is widely open now as India clinched a massive over the hosts in the third test in Trent bridge.

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