Wasim Jaffer said that Jaiswal will bat with aggressive intent, and I feel Shubman Gill is being a bit too defensive.
Wasim Jaffer ahead of 4th T20I vs WI
“We have spoken about how important it is for the openers to get off to a good start in the powerplay and give players like Suryakumar Yadav and Tilak Varma a good platform. But they won’t be worried about it as they will know they need to show intent straightaway,” Jaffer told ESPNcricinfo
“Jaiswal will bat with aggressive intent, and I feel Shubman Gill is being a bit too defensive. If he gets 2-3 good shots straightaway then that could make a huge difference,” he added.
Wasim Jaffer further added that
“There needs to be a bit of homework done. This is a high-scoring ground and execution needs to be spot-on. It seems like Arshdeep is trying too many things but he is not being able to execute it. So even if he can stop 2-3 boundaries at crucial stages, it could prove to make a massive difference in the game. So he will need to execute well,” the 45-year-old Wasim Jaffer added.
The last two T20I matches of the series will happen back to back in the United States of America. This weekend would be enjoyable for the cricket fans. The series is led by West Indies 2-1 in the five-match series. Hardik Pandya faced much backlash due to finishing the match instead of giving Tilak Varma a chance to complete his fifty.