INDIA GREAT Virender Sehwag has reckoned that Virat Kohli’s men only have a 30 percent chance of making a comeback in the three-match Test series against South Africa after suffering a 72-run defeat at Cape Town.
Sehwag believes that defeat in the opening Test has put the visitors in a tough spot. As reported by India TV, the ‘Nawab of Nazafgarh’ also suggested that the team management should study the Centurion track and contemplate the inclusion of Ravichandran Ashwin.
"As of now, it looks like only 30 per cent chance is there of making a comeback. It is going to be very tough from now on. Also, the Indian team management should look whether conditions at the Centurion warrant a place for Ravichandran Ashwin."
The former India opener also hinted that the side should go with Ajinkya Rahane as the sixth batsman in the upcoming Test.
"India can go in with an extra batsman in Ajinkya Rahane. They should also try to go in with four specialist bowlers. If India want to win, Virat and Rohit will need to play a big role."
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