The forthcoming T20I series, which will be contested in Ireland from August 18–23, according to reports.
Is anticipated to provide respite for current head coach Rahul Dravid and his whole coaching staff.
The coaching staff will take a sabbatical following the current tour of the West Indies, according to reports. This will give them adequate time to think things over and refresh themselves before the Indian squad enters a vital period with the Asia Cup and the crucial World Cup to come.
In Rahul Dravid’s absence, VVS Laxman, head of the National Cricket Academy (NCA), will serve as the team’s coach once more. India played a few T20Is in Ireland last year as part of Laxman and his coaching staff’s earlier visit there.
According to reports, Sitanshu Kotak or Hrishikesh Kanitkar might serve as the tour’s batting coach.
Troy Cooley or Sairaj Bahutule could compete for the position of bowling coach.
KL Rahul is reluctant to lead India back to the Asia Cup – according to reports
Additionally, according to reports, wicketkeeper batsman KL Rahul won’t play in the Asia Cup later this year. He is a key component of the Men in Blue’s middle order in ODIs, and his wicket keeping provides the squad with much-needed balance. His loss will be felt greatly by the Men in Blue.
Rahul apparently hasn’t finished his recovery and hasn’t resumed hitting in the nets, further postponing his probable comeback. For the Ireland T20Is, Jasprit Bumrah is expected to be back in the lineup.
which will be a significant boost for the Men in Blue in light of the World Cup.
Another middle-order hitter who the hosts will be eager to get well in time for the World Cup is Shreyas Iyer.
According to rumours on Cricbuzz:
legendary player VVS Laxman would take over for Rahul Dravid as head coach of the India National Cricket Team for the forthcoming tour of Ireland. Star batter KL Rahul has also been disqualified from the 2023 Asia Cup.
For a brief three-match T20I series, Team India will go to Ireland. On August 18, 20, and 23, the games are set to take place in the Malahide in Dublin.
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