T20 World Cup: A good headache for the Indian Selectors ?

Indian Team Vs England

The T20 world cup is just round the corner and Indian selectors have a tough task ahead of them. As they told before that the team will be announced after the completion of the 4th test. The team yesterday were worthy winners against the hosts England. They defeated England by a whopping 157 runs on the final day.

Announcement Soon

A big pool of talent

Team India’s 15-member squad for T20 World Cup 2021 will be out anytimesoon. As per the rules, all the teams have to unveil their 15-member squad by September 10. The BCCI will definitely announce the squad either today or tomorrow. The team is in flying form in the shortest format of the game.
They recently defeated a out of sort looking Sri Lankan team away from home. A big pool of players may give BCCI a headache but a good one in nature. India have seen many players rising from the the premier domestic league Indian Premier League. All the players have performed well and have looked ready for the big stage.

The Players In Contention For Indian team:

Fight is on for every spot

There are numerous cemented places in the squad and a couple of spots are available to anyone. Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul look permanent as openers. While youngster Prithvi Shaw could rival Shikhar Dhawan for the third opener’s spot. The center request will likewise be stacked with the presence of Virat Kohli, Rishabh Pant, Suryakumar Yadav and others.
The center will be Shreyas Iyer and it stays not yet clear if gets approval or not. He hasn’t played any serious cricket since March.

Jasprit Bumrah will lead the speed deparment, alongside the experienced Bhuvneshwar Kumar and swing bowler Deepak Chahar. Yuzvendra Chahal will lead the spin pack.

In the all-rounders category, Ravindra Jadeja and Hardik Pandya are number one choices. Krunal Pandya will probably accompany them.

To Be Continued…

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