The 18-year old Shaw captained India to the Under-19 World Cup title in February and has since been part of India's A teams. He is a middle-order reinforcement though, and may have to wait for his chance in a batting line-up populated by Cheteshwar Pujara, Ajinkya Rahane and Virat Kohli himself. Vihari who has been toiling really hard in domestic cricket for the last few years and has a first-class average of nearly 60 after 63 matches was "over the moon" after being named in the team.
Among all this. Mayank Agarwal, who made upwards of 2000 runs in domestic cricket across the format past year and has been in good touch for India in the last couple of months, will have to wait for his turn to get his India cap.
So far, Vihari has racked up 5142 runs in 63 FC matches with 15 centuries and 24 half-centuries and shited base from Hyderabad to Andhra, in search of better opportunities to perform. The matches which will be played on the 30th August and 7th August respectively saw Prithvi Shaw and Hanuma Vihari be drafted into the side as India look to equalise the series.
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What has propelled his selection is his performance in Ranji Trophy 2017/18 season, where he amassed 752 runs in just six outings at an average of 94. His highest-ever score has been 302-not out against Odisha.
With the exclusion of Kuldeep Yadav, the team management has also sent a signal that Ravindra Jadeja is back as the second-best spinner in the team.
His most recent knocks include a 54 against South Africa "A" at M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru, which he followed up with a classical 148 at Alur against the same opposition. Now, he has two fifties and a century in his last five first-class innings.
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On the back of it, he earned his call-up to the India A side for the tour of England and he impressed immensely over there. He plays in the Indian Premier League (IPL) for Delhi Daredevils. He is the first player from Andhra to make India's Test squad in 19 years since MSK Prasad in 1999. He might not get a game in England this time but he is certainly on the right track forward.
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