Ton-up Gill and Jaiswal Shine in Intra-Squad Game as India Train Privately

In a recent intra-squad game, Shubman Gill and Yashasvi Jaiswal showcased their skills with impressive performances. Gill scored a century while Jaiswal played a crucial knock to contribute to their team’s success.

The Indian cricket team is currently undergoing training sessions behind closed doors. This decision was made to ensure maximum focus and concentration for the players ahead of their upcoming matches.


Indian batsman Shubman Gill impressed with a century in an intra-squad training game at Tuks Oval in Centurion. Gill, batting at No. 3, displayed his skill and confidence ahead of the Test series against South Africa starting on December 26. The training game was held behind closed doors, with the Indian team wanting to keep their strategies away from prying eyes. Youngster Yashasvi Jaiswal also contributed with a half-century before being retired out. Ruturaj Gaikwad, however, may miss the first Test due to a finger injury. Despite this, the Indian batting order is currently filled.,

In a recent intra-squad game, Indian cricketers Shubman Gill and Yashasvi Jaiswal displayed impressive performances. Gill, known for his aggressive batting, scored a well-compiled ton, while Jaiswal showcased his batting prowess with a solid knock. The Indian team, currently in England, conducted the practice match behind closed doors, keeping their preparations discreet. The team aims to fine-tune their skills and strategies ahead of the highly anticipated series against England.


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