Veteran opener Shikhar Dhawan and all-arounder Hardik Pandya will be in lock in a two-way fight for the Indian harbor office if Shreyas Iyer fit for the Sri Lankan white-ball tour in July. The limited-edition Indian Professionals will play three T20 International and multiple ODI games in the island nation in the second half of July when big fighters such as Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma will be in the UK for a series of pull tests.

It is still unclear whether Shreyas have fully recover and healthy enough for the tour in Sri Lanka or not. Usually, surgery of this degree along with rest, rehabilitation, and exercise to get in shape will take about four months, said a BCCI senior source familiar with screening problems. with PTI. “If Shreyas is present, he will be the automatic choice for the terminal’s office.” It makes perfect sense that two captain contenders Dhawan, 35, who has achieved a good “1 and a half IPL” in the past two seasons, and juniors Pandya, who are among the winners of the match.

Hardik Pandya, Shikhar Dhawan in line for captaincy:

have the highest achievement. Shikhar already has two very good IPLs, including this cut IPL, and being the oldest of those wishing to be recruit, he is a very strong candidate. In addition, he has been a solid artist for India for the past eight years, said an official. As far as Hardik is concerned, his reputation as a white ball match winner is also unlikely to decline. Yes, Hardik hasn’t bowled regularly for MI or India lately.

However, there is the one with the x multiplier and among the available choices. He is one step ahead of his peers in terms of an impact performer. And who knows, maybe the secondary responsibility is to do the best for him. ” Pandya has been include in a four-game home quiz series against England, so his bowling workload is increase to take note of his England tour, but its known that Baroda’s man cannot beat more than one or two points in the shortest form of ODI shortly.

Hardik, after back surgery to treat a stress fracture, is no longer an athlete. He’s a fast-medium pitcher before he gets injured, but hitting the ball 135 km/ h quickly plus a constant speed can affect his back.