The dry pitches on which Kerala spelled its own destiny at home two seasons ago are a long cry from the greenish hue on the wicket at the KCA-St.College Xavier’s field, which is a far cry from the dry wickets on which Kerala has spelled its own doom at home.When Kerala begins its home Ranji Trophy campaign on Monday against Chhattisgarh, the spotlight will once again be on the ground and the weather. Chhattisgarh will be the opponent. The city has been experiencing rains that are out of season for the last several days, and those rains will have an impact on the competition.
the team’s attitude to games has undergone a significant transformation. After setting the aim in both of their matches, Kerala was able to come out victorious over Jharkhand, who they faced away from home. Even though Kerala was forced to work very hard to get a draw against Rajasthan, the squad is not going to abandon its upbeat attitude when playing at home.
The host will also get a boost from the return of opener Rohan Kunnummal, who will accompany comeback man Rohan Prem after he has recovered from his injury. Rohan Kunnummal is expected to start the batting for the home team. Salman Nizar and Vishweshwar A. Suresh have taken the places of Krishna Prasad and Sachin Suresh on the Under-25 squad. Both of these players had previously been picked for the team.
This year, our cricket has been more upbeat and we have been playing with the intention of winning. During the match versus Rajasthan, we tried to pursue the aim but were unable to completely accomplish it. In our match against Chhattisgarh, we plan to play in the same manner as before. We cannot afford to disregard them as an easy opponent since they are a strong team that has won both of their previous matches.
We can anticipate a competitive match between the bat and the ball thanks to the sporty nature of this surface. The ailment that Rohan (Kunnummal) was suffering from has healed, and he will again be ready for selection. Tinu Yohanan, the head coach of Kerala, said that the starting eleven will not be selected until after the team analysed the field conditions in the morning.
which is now in first place in the group with two victories, will be going up against an adversary that is a little bit more difficult to beat than its previous two competitors, Pondicherry and Services.
After taking both of its first matches in very easy fashion, the team now has a positive momentum. Chhattisgarh’s head coach, Devendra Bundela, is confidence in the abilities of his team and has said that they would be going for a third consecutive victory. We are not frightened of the teams we are playing against since we have a pretty even roster. We shall strive to come out on top. The wicket seems to be in excellent shape, and we have players who can take advantage of the circumstances, he remarked.
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