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Shivam Dubey, the young all-rounder of the Indian cricket team, wants to take full advantage of the opportunities of playing in Team India. Shivam, who made an impression with bowling against Bangladesh, made it clear that he wants to make his place in Team India. He is not thinking of replacing Hardik Pandya at all.
Dubey spoke to the media on the first match of the T20 series to be played in Hyderabad against the West Indies. He said, "I think I have got a chance and I will try to do the best I can for my country. I have been given a role for my country and I will try my best to play it well." "
Regarding replacing Hardik Pandya, Shivam said, "I don't think this is any chance to replace Hardik Pandya. I am supported by everyone here. The support from the team management and the captain is really for me." It's awesome. They've given me a lot of confidence. That's why I'm very happy and feel very comfortable in the dressing room. "
Being an all-rounder is always a difficult task. The most important thing for me is to maintain my fitness because as an all-rounder you have to say both bowling and batting. So it becomes very difficult to maintain fitness.
I am very confident about my bowling. In T20 cricket, all bowlers get both good and bad moments. So I will prepare myself for a good situation and I think I will be able to become the bowler who can bowl four overs. I have done this work before.