Indian team vice-captain Rohit Sharma has said that all-rounder Hardik Pandya is working on his bowling and should be ready to bowl when the team begins its T20 World Cup campaign against Pakistan on October 24.
In the warm-up match being played against Australia, Rohit is captaining instead of Virat Kohli. During the toss in the warm-up match, Rohit said that Hardik is preparing, although he has not started bowling yet, but he will be completely ready by the start of the tournament.
“We have a great bowler in our bowling team, yet we will need a sixth bowler. Vice-captain Rohit said that we are not worried about the equation but having variety helps the team. India defeated England by seven wickets in their first warm-up match on Monday.