Hanuma Vihari. (Photo by Philip Brown/Popperfoto via Getty Photography)
Hanuma Vihari‘s county stint with Warwickshire has given him an insight into how great the Dukes ball swings and the all-rounder said playing it slack and shut to the line would perchance perhaps even attend India succeed in England.
The rest of the India team reached England on Thursday for the World Take a look at Championship closing against Novel Zealand later this month. They then play a five-Take a look at sequence against Joe Root‘s males in August-September.
Vihari made a 23-ball duck on his Warwickshire debut in April against Nottinghamshire, caught within the bolt off Stuart Gargantuan, and said the transition to cases in England had not been straightforward.
“The overhead cases play a section as neatly on epic of when it is miles sunny, it will get a miniature bit more straightforward to bat, however when it is miles overcast, the ball strikes all day,” Vihari knowledgeable ESPNcricinfo web area.
The 27-twelve months-old, who has managed one fifty in three County matches, said his dismissal by Gargantuan illustrated the adjustments India’s batsmen would must create in England.
“I believed it was as soon as beefy sufficient for me to drive, however again, in England it is possible you’ll perhaps additionally must be in actuality particular alongside with your shot preference,” Vihari said.
“In India, it is possible you’ll perhaps possible get away with a push, and even supposing it is not there to drive, it is possible you’ll perhaps possible silent get away using on the up.
“If I had been to play that ball a second time, I’d attempt and play as slack conceivable.”
Vihari is also taking a middle-stump guard to be shut to the line of the ball.
“In Australia it was as soon as extra in opposition to leg stump on epic of there would possibly be no lateral recede there, so it is possible you’ll perhaps possible play beside the line of the ball,” he added.
“Right here, in England, you have to always get extra in line and take the off stump extra due to the the recede of the ball.”