The Indian selection committee is considering the workload management ahead of 2019 World Cup. And we might expect a couple of senior players making way for youngsters Meanwhile, we’re less than two weeks away from the kick-off of India vs Australia 2019 limited-over series. The home campaign will start with a two-match Twenty20 International series, starting February 24 inVizag. The second and final T20I will be held on February 27 at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru.
Well, after the culmination of the T20 leg, the ODI series will run between March 2 to March 13. The limited-overs competition will culminate at Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium in Delhi.
MS Dhoni, who has been instrumental in series Down Under, has the feature in the home series. However, to be precise, he has not had enough matches in a bank if we take out the Indian Premier League (IPL), in the lead up to the 2019 World Cup.
Earlier, it had been a career point out that the United Kingdom (UK) event
Interestingly, there is a literal tug of war for a couple of spots which will see and KL Rahul fighting it out at the top.
Besides, wicketkeeper-batsman and Dinesh Karthik will face the litmus test before the upcoming quadrennial event. Also, one among them would get a chance in the coveted World Cup squad.
On the other side, the spin duo Yuzvendra Chahal and will get to count it They will be crucial on India’s point of view while taking the problem of foreign players to handle spin in consideration.
Apart from it, with the return of, the selectors are highly-likely to settle with promising youngsters. In the bowling department, Siddarth Kaul and left-arm pacer Khaleel Ahmed will make it to the squad.
Moreover, who has improved in a lot in white-ball cricket He’s a key figure for India in the impending series
All-rounder Hardik Pandya is a clear choice, Vijay Shankar has a more role to play than his World Cup spot. In addition, Shankar
By this, the selectors will meet in Mumbai on February 15 to announce the squad. has a lot of options to play with