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WTC Final | Rohit’s lack of footwork will make him struggle if the ball swings, comments Scott Styris

Former New Zealand batsman Scott Styris has stated that Indian opener Rohit Sharma will struggle against swing bowling in the WTC final, citing his lack of footwork as the reason. Styris also mentioned that Neil Wagner will be key for the Black Caps against Virat Kohli with the old ball.
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newscricketa year ago

IPL 2020 | Shubman Gill is KKR’s best batsman and focal point, states Scott Styris

Former New Zealand cricketer Scott Styris believes Shubman Gill is KKR’s best batsman and feels there is an added responsibility on the youngster’s shoulder due to the batting unit revolving around him. Styris further raised concern about KKR’s bench strength, but backed them to finish 3rd.
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newscricketa year ago

IPL 2020 | Jonny Bairstow and David Warner seem to gel and sink nicely, reckons Scott Styris

Scott Styris has reckoned that Jonny Bairstow and David Warner have a good understanding with each other which might force SRH management to pick Bairstow over Kane Williamson. He pointed out that SRH has all their foreign players fixed, hence, they just need to get their Indian players to perform.
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newscricketa year ago

IPL 2020 | Want to see Ambati Rayudu replace Suresh Raina at no.3 for CSK, says Scott Styris

Scott Styris has asserted that he wants to see Ambati Rayudu step in the shoes of Suresh Raina and bat at no.3 for CSK this IPL. Styris also stated that it will be very very diffciult to replace big players like Suresh Raina and Harbhajan Singh, who both left IPL due to personal reasons.
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newscricketa year ago

CSK’s consistency in knockouts makes them better than Mumbai Indians, feels Scott Styris

Former New Zealand cricketer Scott Styris is of the opinion that the Chennai Super Kings are even better than Mumbai Indians in the IPL because of their consistency, especially in knockouts. The CSK were banned from the T20 league for two years and hence have played fewer editions than MI.
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newscricket2 years ago

IND VS NZ | Indian pacers never tried to swing the ball, says Scott Styris

Scott Styris has stated that the Indian bowlers were looking for seam movement off the pitch despite there was nothing to be had and never tried to move the cherry in the air. He has also added that the Kiwi bowlers swung the ball more and managed to get the swing in the second innings as well.
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newscricket2 years ago

IND VS NZ | India leaving Shubman Gill out unnecessarily, feels Scott Styris

Former Kiwi batsman Scott Styris feels that India should include Shubman Gill in the side for the second Test to bolster the batting line-up, given the visitors' struggles in the first Test. Styris feels that Gill needs to replace young Prithvi Shaw, who accumulated just 30 runs in the entire match.
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newscricket2 years ago

IND vs NZ | Mayank showed his teammates how to bat in New Zealand, feels Scott Styris

Former New Zealand international Scott Styris was all praises for Mayank Agarwal’s valiant half century to put things straight for an Indian resurgence. Some quick fire runs from the Kiwi tailenders piled up a lead of 183 as Rahane and Vihari grind their way through after some quick wickets.
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newscricket2 years ago

IND vs NZ | Ishant Sharma doesn’t get the respect he deserves, feels Scott Styris

Cricketer-turned-analyst Scott Styris is of the opinion that Ishant Sharma doesn't get the respect he richly deserves as a cricketer even though he has put up terrific numbers. Styris has further added that Ishant was right on the face of the batsmen and the rewards are slowly bearing fruit.
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newscricket2 years ago

Scott Styris names India squad for T20 World Cup; includes uncapped Shubman Gill

Scott Styris has named his probable India squad for the T20 World Cup wherein he went with the uncapped batsman Shubman Gill instead of Manish Pandey. Further, the all-rounder picked Navdeep Saini and Deepak Chahar in place of the experienced Bhuvaneshwar Kumar and Mohammed Shami in the squad.
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