Shane Warne wants Rishabh Pant to open with Rohit Sharma opposite Australia

With India shutting in on their final 15 for a World Cup, Rishabh Pant has got a plain publicity from Shane Warne. (File Photo) 

Spin good Shane Warne feels a immature Rishabh Pant can play as a dilettante batsman in a Indian ODI group and even corroborated a gifted youngster to open alongside Rohit Sharma. With India shutting in on their final 15 for a World Cup, Pant has got a plain publicity from Warne.

“There has been speak if Rishabh Pant can play in a side. we consider Dhoni and Pant both can play. we can’t see since Rishabh Pant can’t play as a batsman, he is outstanding. Maybe even open a batting with Rohit Sharma,” Warne told India Today.

“I know Shikhar Dhawan does a good pursuit though Rishabh Pant opening a batting with Rohit Sharma could be flattering cold too for India. Go with some of these X-factor form things and tactical battles, where we warn a opposition,” pronounced a Australian legend.

Warne wants India to examination with their top-order in a arriving home array opposite Australia, starting Feb 24 with a initial T20. “It could be value throwing Rishabh Pant during a tip of a sequence for a integrate of games and see how he goes. Maybe opposite Australia now and examination and see how he goes for a World Cup.”

“Dhawan might have a purpose to play somewhere else. But we am unequivocally looking brazen to saying what India have since they have a lot of players who can do a lot of roles,” pronounced a 49-year-old.

Talking about Indian cricket, Warne pronounced a inhabitant group can browbeat a universe for years. “I consider India can now have a widespread time in universe cricket if they can keep their players on a park, a players stay inspired and value a event and be beholden to play Test cricket.”

“Yes they can make income from IPL and make a fortune. But if they can keep a craving adult to contest in a top form of a game, that is tests, they can browbeat universe cricket for a prolonged time,” Warned added.