India's middle-order woes continue
The Times of India Hyderabad|December 04, 2021
Pujara & Virat Fall Cheaply Again After Opening Stand Of 80 As Rahane Sits Out
Gaurav.Gupta

Mumbai: Ahead of their tour of South Africa, it is a big worry for India that the backbone of their middle-order — Ajinkya Rahane, Cheteshwar Pujara, and skipper Virat Kohli — seems as brittle as Belgian glass. With India’s ‘middle’ looking in such ‘muddle,’ it is anybody’s guess what havoc ace fast bowlers Kagiso Rabada and Anrich Nortje will cause on the bouncy pitches in South Africa.

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