Captain Dhoni hints change in batting order

India
December 18, 2008 8:52am CST
Hi, I just heard there is a talk on changing the batting order in the Indian side... You see this http://cricknewsdaily.blogspot.com/ for more information... What do you think??
4 responses
@amitavroy (4824)
• India
19 Dec 08
My friend I do not know the source of information on the basis of which you are telling this. But when today in the morning though he was given an interview he clearly is told thatdravid should bat at number three because he needs time to perform his innings. He is a very dependable player by nature and so he is the best candidate for the number two position. And moreover he is a specialist batsmen at that position and he should not be given any other position. If he is demoted then extra pressure is created on him. And if a player is going through a bad patch then that is the worst thing which you can do to him by adding extra pressure.
@rajesha20 (209)
• India
19 Dec 08
i think it is best time to test as well as give dravid a best position he fells like and team can affort him to. too me dravid is the best person who can come down at number 3 r 4 the reason score board is already made not much pressure will be on his back to make the score board counts at this time of his form
@srijshm (1165)
• India
18 Dec 08
This is most likely hint that dravid will come the bating order. In ant form of cricket, your best batsman should play at one drop. Dravid at present is not the best batsman. Most likely it will be tendulkar. I am sure team mangement would have had a good thought over it.I also have a strong feeling that dhoni may opt for a third seamer for this testmatch.
• India
18 Dec 08
If he does I am sure it would be an after math of a lot of combinations and permutations. Back him in what he does. He does show signs of a very good leader