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Wasim Akram Reveals Suryakumar Yadav’s Glaring Weakness

In an exclusive interview with an Indian media outlet, Akram emphasized the strategic approach required to counter Yadav. “If you start thinking about ‘what will happen now?’, you’ll end up getting hit. He has a wide array of shots, so any lapse in concentration can be costly. It’s crucial to maintain a positive mindset,” Akram advised.

Highlighting an unconventional yet potentially effective tactic, Akram proposed, “I haven’t seen any league where a right-arm fast bowler goes around the wicket and delivers a yorker after pitching off-stump like Bravo used to do. That’s something that needs practice. It’s not complicated. Young bowlers should consider trying this approach to surprise the batsmen.”

Akram also cautioned against neglecting to target Yadav’s wicket, stressing the consequences of such a mistake. “If a bowler doesn’t aim to dismiss Suryakumar and isn’t proactive in taking wickets, he has the ability to dominate the opposition with his wide range of shots,” Akram observed, noting Yadav’s capability as a 360-degree batter.

With weather reports predicting heavy rain in Guyana approaching the match, there is a possibility of the game being washed out. In such a scenario, India would advance to the final as they topped their Super 8s group.

Additionally, Suryakumar Yadav’s recent loss of his No. 1 T20I ranking to Australia’s Travis Head adds extra motivation for him to perform well in tonight’s crucial semifinal.

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