IND vs AUS: When Bishen Singh Bedi warned about Ravindra Jadeja’s no-ball downside in 20161 min read
It was the fourth over of Australia’s innings and Labuschagne was on 0. He would function in a 96-run partnership with Usman Khawaja to push Australia forward within the recreation. When the replays confirmed that Jadeja had overstepped and Labuschagne had acquired the jail-break, India’s coach Rahul Dravid shook his head in disappointment.
Jadeja had bowled Steve Smith on a no-ball earlier within the sequence as nicely.
But this isn’t a brand new downside. The former nice Indian left-arm spinner, who has praised Jadeja’s bowling evolution so much previously, had identified this error way back to 2016, after a Test match in opposition to New Zealand the place Jadeja had bowled a number of no balls.
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Bedi additionally defined how Jadeja can eradicate the difficulty.
“He still bowls no-balls, which is completely unacceptable for a spinner. His back leg should be behind the back crease during the delivery,” Bedi had advised the Times of India, then.
Often, Jadeja slips previous the again crease to ship and finds his entrance heel pushed exterior the popping crease with no a part of the raised heel behind the road. In Bedi’s telling, it’s so simple as making certain he stays behind the again crease (one on the road of the stumps) throughout the supply.