CRICKET- Former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag has given India a 30% chance to make a comeback in the three-Test series against South Africa. India lost the first Test by 72 runs.
“As of now, it looks like only 30 percent chance is there of making a comeback. It is going to be very tough from now on. Also the Indian team management should look into the conditions at the Centurion and whether it warrants a place for Ravichandran Ashwin,” Sehwag told ‘India TV’.
“India can go in with an extra batsman in Ajinkya Rahane. They should also try to go in with four specialist bowlers. If India want to win, Virat and Rohit will need to play a big role,” added Sehwag.
The second India- South Africa Test starts on Saturday (13th January).