‘This is not rocket science’: R Ashwin has his say on India’s chances of winning the 2023 ODI World Cup

India will be favorites to win ODI World Cup 2023, says R Ashwin© BCCI

The Indian cricket team will attend the ODI World Cup 2023 as the favorites as knowledge of the pitch and conditions can become important. Ravichandran Ashwin said on Friday. Ashwin, who won the 2011 World Cup under the captaincy of MS Dhonialso pointed out that India has beaten all the teams in home conditions and that will be a big boost for Rohit Sharma & Co. However, one issue that Ashwin believes could derail the host’s campaign could be that the tournament will be held in different locations and adaptability could be a challenge for campaigners. cricket ball.

“India’s ODI home record since the end of the 2019 World Cup is extremely impressive. India has won against every team that has come to India in this space, that is West Indies, Australia, England, South. Africa and Sri Lanka India’s home record is 14-4 in this space, which is a 78 to 80 per cent win record in India. different scores each time (14 locations).If you have to compare similar scores with Australia or England, the venues are pretty standard.They play all Test matches at 4-5 locations, ODI at 2. -3 locations and so they know their locations are within reach,” he said in a video posted on YouTube.

Home advantage is expected to see India perform excellently in all the series since the last World Cup in 2019 but Ashwin says a lot could depend on the rest of the calendar. compete in 2023.

“Since the 2011 World Cup, all the teams have won the World Cup at their home turf: India 2011, Australia in 2015 and England in 2019. This is not rocket science, taking it. It’s extremely important to know your terms and conditions. However, for India in this matter there will be a slight variation due to the number of locations where we play these games.Each time you play in some of these locations the sockets will be different. India doesn’t have a Stock Standard Test, ODI Season or T20I. You don’t know how FTP will work but it becomes difficult from your point of view. team or player,” he said.

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