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They also believe that it’s only logical to give rest to regular performers who have been managing the workload in all three formats of the game.
The tour of South Africa has been tough on their bodies.
With Prasad and his colleague Sarandeep Singh closely watching the Karnataka-Hyderabad Vijay Hazare proceedings on Wednesday, top-order batsman Mayank Agarwal did a world of good to his chances with a timely, attacking 111-ball 140.
“Look, this thought (of resting seniors) has been crossing the minds of selectors.Cimarron St., and Eric Viedt, executive chef at The Margarita at Pine Creek, talk about Fiddles, Vittles & Vino at Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site, 3105 Gateway Road, 3 to p.m., July 29.Club Nine, a non-profit consisting of local civic-minded chefs, donates the proceeds from the event to further agricultural programs at the ranch.They also serve bagels and specialty cream cheeses. • Patrick Tolbert, who with his wife, Tanja, own Smok Brand Co., and produce a line of Legendary SMOK Brand Products.They will talk about their collection of sauces and glazes.ALSO READ: Sri Lanka can surprise India, says Sanjay Manjrekar Sensing the urgency to address the fatigue factor and manage the heavy workload of senior cricketers, the three-member national selection committee - led by MSK Prasad - is looking to give rest to some members of the team touring South Africa during the forthcoming Nidahas Trophy in Sri Lanka from March 6 to 18.