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Virender Sehwag (above) also advised Kuldeep Yadav to bowl according to the field placements he gets to set Yogen Shah

Former Indian swashbuckling opener Virender Sehwag on Saturday was all praise for India’s new and rising spinners Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal. Sehwag firmly believes that their recent impressive performances have, for the time being, allowed all to forget about Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja. Kuldeep made the headlines on Thursday after he claimed a hat-trick against visitors Australia in the third ODI at the hgistoric Eden Gardens Stadium in Kolkata. Also, Chahal was one of the men to provide crucial breakthroughs, allowing India to capitalise and send the Australians packing. Sehwag also advised Kuldeep to bowl according to the field placements he gets to set. FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: India vs Australia 2017, 3rd ODI at Indore

“It is a nice thing that we do not feel the pinch of not having two experienced spinners on our side, because our newcomers are performing very well. He [Kuldeep] must bowl according to his field placings, because in the second ODI, he gave away too many runs during his spell. Chahal has the advantage of bowling on wickets like Bengaluru during the IPL matches. Chahal plays for Royal Challengers Bangalore, which is captained by Virat Kohli. So whenever there is a crisis, Kohli hands over the ball to Chahal,” Sehwag was quoted as saying by India TV.

Speaking on the middle-order failure in the last match, Sehwag said, “The middle-order did not perform well in the first two ODIs, and captain Kohli needs to change the batting order. Manish Pandey and Kedar Jadhav should take advantage of the chances given to them, otherwise both have been flops till now.”

“Team India presently seems to be as strong as Steve Waugh’s or Ricky Ponting’s Australian teams. The present Australian team lacks strength. I am confident Team India will win the series 5-0. The Australian team does not have good bowlers except Nathan Coulter-Nile. In the batting order, we would have to remove Steve Smith, Warner and Maxwell at the earliest. Smith, in particular, because he always makes runs against India,” he added.

Meanwhile, Sehwag also heaped praised on Kohli in his style. “Hothon Par Hansi, Dil Me Gam Hai, Australiawale Kohli se Tang Hain [With smiles on their faces, but sad at heart, the Aussies find Kohli intimidating]. Kohli as captain does not speak much, but his bat speaks for him. Kohli knows how to bring a game under his control, and that is why, India is on its winning streak. Dhoni, too, knew how to bring the game under his control.”