As Mahendra Singh Dhoni celebrated his 300th One Day International for India in style, there were heart- warming messages pouring
5 Cricketers Who Might Not Ever Play For India Again
5 Cricketers Who Might Not Ever Play For India Again. With the selectors not in their favour it’s next to impossible for these cricketers to make a comeback to the indian team. Check out the entire list.
The World Cup 2019 is just 2 years away. The Indian team has already started experimenting in order to lock their combination for the biggest event in World Cricket. Cric Crak feels that the core of the team would majorly be the same though with Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan set to open the innings followed by the Indian captain Virat Kohli.
The number 4 spot might be still open if KL Rahul or Manish Pandey do not grab their opportunities with Dhoni, Jahdav, and Hardik Pandya more than certain to grab the 5th, 6th and 7th spot.
What might be interesting is, the spinners they pick considering it swings more that it turns in England. Are Ashwin and Jadeja the best we have? With all due respect to them ,the word has been circulating in the cricketing circuit that India might look a bit more at Kuldeep Yadav now, considering wrist spinners are more handy in english conditions.
The pace bowling attack looks more than certain with Bhuvi, Shami, Umesh Yadav and Bumrah who have all been there done that before. Having said that, 2 years is a long time and a lot can change. Varun Aaron might hit back form, so can Ishant Sharma. Team India thrive on their bench strength and would be immensely proud of the healthy competition in the team. Nobody can take their place for granted and that’s the exact principle on which good teams are build .
What about those who might never play for India again? Lets have a look at those players.
1. Gautam Gambhir
This man needs no introduction. The left handed batsman has been one of the most aggressive left handed batsman India has ever produced. He played a gem of an innings in the 2007 WC final, he played another gem vs SL in 2011 and that sums it up all.
When the going gets tough, the ‘Gambhir’ gets going. It’s been a few years now that he is played for India and with age not on his side, 2019 looks quite impossible for him at the moment. Having said that, Gambhir has the IPL to prove himself and do some magic one more time. An in form Gambhir can be hard to ignore for the selectors.