Originally Posted by simon
I disagree on any other option instead of Mushy.
Anam is a new comer who is trying to establish himself as an opener or a top order btsmn, giving him the gloves is not going to help.
Dhiman is hopeless to me.
Besides Mushy is doing a fine job.
So why fixing something which isn't broken?
Why do you think he is hopeless? From BC forum here, I got the idea that he is a better keeper than Mushy. A lot of us wanted Dhiman to take up keeping and Mushy to focus on batting only.
Did you base your opinion because what he had said in the ICL time?
I only saw one match he kept against AUS so I don't have much to go by here.