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Ravi Shastri has the stars on his side, will be a tremendous success says astrology

If things go accordingly India will be in unstoppable form and will lead the charts when the teams head into the 2019 World Cup.

Ravi Shastri
Ravi Shastri. (Photo by Subir Halder/India Today Group/Getty Images)

Taking a break from competition and on field records, Ravi Shastri’s horoscope is a massive plus point and the future looks bright for Team India. Ravi Shastri was born with Pluto, the most powerful planet in the universe, in its exaltation point, in its third house.

The third house refers to the ‘hands’ and the ‘tongue’ as far as astrology is concerned. It goes without saying that the 55-year-old Shastri has hit the professional level in both these areas. As a cricketer, he was a worthy batsman and a good spinner. To make the second point correct, we all know Ravi Shastri’s tremendous abilities as a commentator and a speaker.

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His performance as the coach will depend a lot upon the planets that will be having an impact on him for the next three years. Planet-X (2007 RH283), a very powerful centaur, would be transiting his twelfth house of ‘foreign lands’ in the next two years when Shastri will be in charge of the Indian team.. That is a very good news for India as the team will tour a lot of places in the next two years. Predicted Greenstone Lobo in his article for Sportskeeda.

Performance in the 2019 World Cup:

If things go accordingly India will be in unstoppable form and will lead the charts when the teams head into the 2019 World Cup. To cut it short, Ravi Shastri’s horoscope has success written all over it. India can win trophies all over the world under Shastri, provided the right team selection.

Skipper Kohli and Shastri’s combination promises a lot and makes India one of the favourites in the 2019 World Cup. Even if India doesn’t lift the World Cup the fans can be sure of registering some gigantic series win overseas.

Ravi Shastri was appointed as the new Indian head coach by the Cricket Advisory Committee of the BCCI yesterday. Ravi Shastri will start his second spell as the Indian head coach after the resignation of Anil Kumble.

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