The Kuldeep and Chahal duo have done a terrific job in white-ball cricket for India since the Champions Trophy final debacle.
Having said that, this is why I think Washington Sunday should be a must for the World T20.
1) Ability to bowl in the power play – Washington Sundar is one of the rare spinners who is comfortable bowing in the power play. This is one of the trickiest times to bowl, but in his short international career, Sundar has gone for a miserly 6.04 runs per over in the first 6.
2) High arm action – Sundar is not a huge spinner of the ball, but his USP is the bounce he’s able to generate. He has an extremely high arm action and which allows him to get an extra bounce. This is perfect for hard Australian tracks.
3) Batting ability – Sundar gave a glimpse of it against Bangladesh in the first T20 in Delhi where he got 5 ball 14. He consistently bats in the top 3 for Tamil Nadu in domestic white-ball cricket and this gives him the edge over the KulCha Jodi.