Previous India cricketer and boss selector Saba Karim feels that Sanju Samson and Ishan Kishan come up short on X component which Rishabh Gasp has. The selectors have picked Gasp in the T20 World Cup crew while Kishan and Samson are important for the ODI crew for the continuous three-match series against South Africa.

After the retirement of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Group India has not had the option to find an able swap for him as a few gloves men got the valuable open doors to feature their ability in the recent years. Gasp has established his spot in the Test group yet his irregularity generally brought up issues about his position in the white-ball set-up.

Aside from Gasp, Dinesh Karthik is additionally going to Australia and he is supposed to be the best option wicketkeeper in the T20 WC. Kishan and Samson likewise gave a few tryouts for the spot in the T20 WC crew yet they tumbled down in the dominance hierarchy.
Karim said that he will pick Gasp in front of the other two gloves men as he offered a X-factor which Samson and Kishan don't.

"I would put Rishabh Gasp in front of Sanju Samson and Ishan Kishan. I don't see the X figure these two that Rishabh Gasp has. Samson is a great stroke player and can hold his side in the group as a hitter. Ishan Kishan hasn't taken advantage of his possibilities, which is the reason he has tumbled down the hierarchy. All things considered, Gasp would be my best option in both white-ball and red-ball cricket," Karim told India News.

Karim further expressed that selectors are thinking about Samson and Kishan as unadulterated hitters just and recommended that Samson can track down a spot in the crew as a player and not as a wicketkeeper.

"Selectors aren't viewing at this large number of players as guardian hitters. They think of them as unadulterated hitters and it is a special reward on the off chance that you are additionally ready to keep wickets. Sanju Samson's re-visitation of the principal group will occur as a player, not as a wicketkeeper," he added.