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Australia vs India: Pant bats, Saha keeps, but Stuart Clark doesn’t see a problem with it – ABC News

The substitute rule appears to have benefitted India in the third Test, with the tourists getting the best of both worlds: Rishahbh Pant’s explosive batting and…

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The substitute rule appears to have benefitted India in the third Test, with the tourists getting the best of both worlds: Rishahbh Pant’s explosive batting and Wriddhiman Saha’s superior wicket-keeping.
Pant was hit on the elbow while batting in the first innings, and when India fielded was replaced by sub keeper Saha who performed flawlessly and took four catches.
In the past, substitute fielders were not able to keep wicket, but that rule was changed in 2017, meaning Saha could take the gloves.

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