India plays stats-driven cricket- Simon Doull criticises India’s approach before World Cup

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Simon Doull has voiced his concerns about India’s chances in the upcoming ODI World Cup, particularly criticizing their batting approach. The former New Zealand seamer didn’t hold back, stating that India tends to play “stats-driven cricket” and often hesitates to take risks.

According to Doull, the issue lies in their lack of fearless cricket, as they tend to be overly concerned about maintaining their statistics. He highlighted that this approach has let them down in crucial moments during recent ICC events.


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While acknowledging India’s abundant talent and some of the world’s best players, Doull emphasized the importance of playing fearlessly at the right moments in the tournament. He believes that their reluctance to take risks stems from worries about public perception and questions regarding their place in the team. This, in his view, is an area of concern for India’s batting side.

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