India’s middle-order woes for a long time now could lead to the change of India’s batting coach Sanjay Bangar. Many people have claimed that middle-order problems have been caused due to Sanjay Bangar and he has been under tremendous pressure from a very long time.
It was during the World Cup when the pressure mounted on Sanjay Bagar when Rishab Pant, KL Rahul and Vijay Shankar weren’t converting their opportunities into runs and that had led to the mounting of pressure on coach Sanjay Bangar.
Now with Ravi Shastri again appointed as Head coach India’s Cricket Team it looks likely that Bharat Arun would likely continue as bowling coach. Bharat Arun has been backed by head coach Ravi Shastri over Zaheer Khan for a very long time.
MSK Prasad led committee will start the process of finalizing coaches for support staff on Monday. They will have the responsibility to choose the batting coach, bowling coach and administrative manager for the Indian Senior Men’s Cricket Team.
Although Bharat Arun looks to retain his place as a bowling coach, Prasad led committee will interview Venkatesh Prasad, Darren Gough and Sunil Joshi beside Bharat Arun.
Rumours are out that former Test opener Vikram Rathour would likely replace Sanjay Bangar for the batting coach position. 12 candidates have been shortlisted for the batting coach position includes Pravin Amre, Thilan Samaraweera and Jonathon Trott.
For the role of fielding coach, legendary South African fielder Jonty Rhodes. There is a chance that Sridhar may face an axe and Abhay Sharma is also in the line for the selection process.
With T-20 Internationals coming up in 2020 at Australia, BCCI would be keen to find the right support staff for their World Cup T-20 next year. Ravi Shastri the head coach will have another chance to prove himself and make India Senior Men’s team to lift the trophy in Australia.