Originally Posted by CricAddict
Doing it in the bottom tier..Should wait and see next season how he performs against better teams, if his team gets elevated that is..
The bottom tier has been competitive, not so much as the middle-tier, but he's been the leading wicket-taker this Ranji and also scored three centuries and one fifty. Hang on, we've selected Ravindra Jadeja, who's the leading run-scorer in the top tier, where pitches are flat, bowling is weak and objectives are to capture leads and (seven results, including three in round six) play out draws. In the middle (eleven results) and bottom tiers (nine results), teams play for wins. Look at the bowling charts- the top spots are largely filled by bottom tier bowlers.
Himachal is a weak team and there's no chance of them getting promoted to a higher tier, since they don't have a team good enough. If he should get a chance in the top tier, he needs to switch over to Delhi or Punjab, or outside his zone, Madhya Pradesh.