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‘India shuffle a lot with No. 4’

DNMUM437497 | 6/11/2019 | Author : G Krishnan | WC :373

Mumbai: Yuvraj Singh played 108 of his 278 ODI innings at No. 4. It was in this position that he scored his highest, and last, ODI century (150) against England in Cuttack in January 2017.
The No. 4 has become a much-debated spot, especially during India’s build-up to the ongoing World Cup campaign. “It is being much talked about for two years,” said Yuvraj on Monday.
“They (Indian team) did a lot of shuffling with No. 4. I have a lot to say but I won’t say. I will just say that whoever is No. 4, you need to back that guy, give him a lot of chance so that he has the confidence to play at No. 4.
“It is unfair to shuffle guys. If he doesn’t perform, he will be out (of the team). KL (Rahul) was in very good form in IPL and is pla
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