India vs Australia: Rishabh Pant has to work on his skills to be able to keep on turning wickets- Parthiv Patel-Match Report-Online Betting Tips-Session Predictions

Previous India wicketkeeper Parthiv Patel said that Rishabh Pant should chip away at his wicket-keeping abilities to have the option to continue turning tracks or troublesome wickets. 

The Rishabh Pant versus Wriddiman Saha banter for the part of the India Test wicketkeeper was reignited on Thursday after the previous dropped two guideline gets in the third Test against Australia in Sydney. 

Gasp dropped Will Pucovski twice - on 26 and 32 - yet was fortunate that the Australia opener didn't proceed to make a major score on a decent batting track at the Sydney Cricket Ground. 

Pucovski, making his introduction for Australia, looked less open to confronting Ravichandran Ashwin and looked set for an exit on 26 when he edged the India off-spinner behind just for Pant to fail cold. 

He had added another six rushes to his count when he got another life, gloving the ball behind to allow Pant to make up for himself. In spite of the fact that he hastened back and jumped high to arrive at the ball, Pant was pronounced by the third umpire to have caught it on the ground and Pucovski was reviewed to the wrinkle. 

Previous India wicketkeeper Parthiv Patel said that Pant needs to deal with his wicket-keeping abilities to have the option to continue turning tracks or troublesome wickets. 

"There are several things he needs to deal with on the off chance that he needs to keep in Test cricket on turning wickets or troublesome wickets. He needs to chip away at delicate hands and he likewise needs to point his fingers downwards. 

"On the off chance that you see the catch that was dropped (off Ashwin), his fingers were pointed forward rather down. He needs to deal with getting his fingers down.