IND vs WI: Captain Rohit Sharma expects minimal changes for second test

Indian captain Rohit Sharma has confirmed that there won’t be any drastic changes to the winning combination for the second Test against the West Indies.

However, he mentioned that inclement weather has made it challenging to get clarity about the Queens Park Oval track. In the first Test, India won by an innings and 141 runs, with Rohit announcing Yashasvi Jaiswal’s debut and Shubman Gill’s new batting position.

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Regarding the team’s transition, Rohit expressed satisfaction with the young players like Jaiswal, who made full use of the opportunity and scored 171 runs on debut.

He emphasized the importance of role clarity for the younger players and praised their performance, acknowledging their role in shaping the future of Indian cricket.

“Transition has to happen, whether today or tomorrow but I am happy that our boys who are coming in are doing well. And our role is important as we have to give them role clarity. Now it’s up to them how they want to prepare and perform for the team. And we rely on those individuals and obviously they are the future of Indian cricket and they will take Indian cricket to greater heights,” Rohit said.