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I never get this point.....I mean a good cricketer will immediately adjust accordingly...I eman look at someone like Steyn-Fair enough that he is once in a life time cricketer but someone like Raina-Ipl has nothing todo with his technique-Imean give a bouncy pitch in an IPL game and unleash Johnson,he will still struggle. Yuvi struggled in tests even before IPL. The only guy we can make a case for is Vijay but apart from that I don't think IPL or T20 should effect other aspects of a player's game
The quality of IPL is low. Yes there are couple of good bowlers. Rohit is the prime example a hero in IPL and zero in Tests outside subcontinent. IPL creates technique problems for Bats and injuries for bowlers. How many pitches in India you will get bounce ? one or two may be.

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Zimbabwe players agree World Twenty20 deal

Zimbabwe's professional cricketers' association have agreed to a payment structure put forward by ZC and will depart for the World T20 in Bangladesh tonight. After demanding that 25% of the World T20 revenue was set aside to guarantee salaries for the next 12 months, the players have accepted earnings of US$11,500 per player for the tournament, with bonuses of up to US$2,700 per second round match won, and are still negotiating a way to secure future wages. The deal was reached in the presence of Dave Richardson, the ICC CEO, who was in the country to mediate between the players and the board. Late last week the players threatened strike action if their financial security was not assured but have since agreed to play, pending further talks. "Players have been paid a lump sum towards the World Cup contract," ZPCA secretary-general, Eliah Zvimba, told Zimbabwe newspaper Herald. "The amount covers the appearance and match fees. The players have signed contracts and all is well now. We will continue negotiating for a percentage from the ICC revenues to secure salaries for players after the World Cup." The current tussle came weeks after a two-month player strike over non-payment of salaries was resolve

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‘We wanted to maintain continuity ahead of World T20’ http://indianexpress.com/article/sports/cricket/we-wanted-to-maintain-continuity-ahead-of-world-t20/ Coach Duncan Fletcher is copping flak for India’s series of losses. From South Africa to New Zealand and the Asia Cup, it is a hat-trick of losses for the Indian side. For the team management, though, the alarm bells aren’t ringing. Despite the losses, the powers that be believe that the team building is on the right track and the self belief is not affected. The Indian cricketers left Dhaka in batches. As they checked out of the team hotel Thursday morning, they weren’t carrying the excess baggage of their early exit from the Asia Cup, if a source in the team management is to be believed. The management was criticised for not playing the likes of Cheteshwar Pujara, Ishwar Pandey and Varun Aaron in the dead rubber against Afghanistan and a team insider gives the reason. “We wanted to maintain continuity. It was not a case of playing the last match of the Asia Cup. It was about continuing with the process of preparing for the next tournament. We will be returning here (for the World T20) in just over a weeks’ time and we had to focus on a few things.†He elaborated: “Ajinkya Rahane is a part of the World T20 squad. He batted at No. 4 in the last few matches, but opening has been his natural position. So we sent him to open the innings (against Afghanistan) which allowed him to play his natural game. It also allowed us to have a look at the options available for the next tournament.†He went on: “Rohit Sharma is a player who could be used anywhere. Of late, he has been struggling a bit, opening the innings. But Rohit is an integral part of our combination and we decided to send him at No. 3 to allow him some batting practice in a different situation. Older ball and a spread-out field offer scopes for singles and twos, and we wanted Rohit to rotate the strike to get into his batting rhythm.†But what about bowling, especially the seamers? “Mohammed Shami and Bhuvneshwar Kumar are still learning at this level — bowling upfront, bowling at the death. Also in these conditions, we always wanted all three spinners to play. Defeats haven’t demoralised the team management because there’s “significant progressâ€. “You’ve to put things in perspective. This is a transitional phase. Look at Australia and England. Team building doesn’t happen overnight. “Our Asia Cup team had only one player (Kohli) from the last World Cup. And this is not the final squad. There could be changes in the lead-up to the next World Cup. Results are not always important at this stage. We must take pride from the fact that the youngsters stood up to be counted and put the opponents under serious pressure. Some of them had their first overseas tours,†said the team source. Coach Duncan Fletcher is copping flak for India’s series of losses. But the news from the camp suggests that the Zimbabwean is not unduly perturbed because he has the respect of the players.

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It probably makes sense with Rahane opening. I am sure even Rohit realised he was struggling and unlike the ODIs he has a good T20 record for country and franchise batting at 4 in t20s. I don't know why Pandey did not play. He is part of the Indian t20 side for the world cup

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It probably makes sense with Rahane opening. I am sure even Rohit realised he was struggling and unlike the ODIs he has a good T20 record for country and franchise batting at 4 in t20s. I don't know why Pandey did not play. He is part of the Indian t20 side for the world cup
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It probably makes sense with Rahane opening. I am sure even Rohit realised he was struggling and unlike the ODIs he has a good T20 record for country and franchise batting at 4 in t20s. I don't know why Pandey did not play. He is part of the Indian t20 side for the world cup[/QUOTE] I don't think he is part of T 20 team. If he isn't ...then it doesn't make sense to give him one match just for the heck of it. If given a chance ,it should at least for a few matches.

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ok fair enough then I sort of back them not giving pujara a go this time around. Pujara should have got a chance in NZ . Its good they realised that Rahane is not a middle order batsman and Rohit is not an opener. If Rahane fails as an opener then permnanetly axe him from the ODIs. Same with Rohit and the middle order. No point trying to find a space for them in whats not their natural role.

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fletcher enrages me so much read a news report that he does not see any domestic cricket, has gone back home again after asia cup and is never answerable to anything
Its a final pension for him.... no doubt he will go back after the Indian job and attempt to get an IPL gig. But the franchises will be dumb to appoint him unless he wins the 2014 T20 wc.

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Money for nothing? As usual, Fletcher flies home after another tour. He doesn't watch domestic games, doesn't do reviews, doesn't know domestic players Duncan Fletcher's must be the coolest job in the world. Travel, travel and travel more and get paid about $ 40,000 (close to Rs 25 lakh) a month. When there is no tour, go home and rest. There is no need for any 'domestic' grind. As has been his practice, Fletcher has promptly left for South Africa after the Indian team got knocked out of the Asia Cup in Bangladesh prematurely. The players returned on Thursday but the coach took the onward flight to Cape Town.There are about eight days break before the team returns to Bangladesh for the World Twenty20 on March 14 and the old man has got some welcome holidays. What to do when there is no international cricket? Go home. He did the same after the New Zealand tour. There was a gap of about a week between the last day of the New Zealand tour and departure for the Asia Cup. Fletcher chose to go home directly from New Zealand and joined the Indian team in Bangladesh. Like a visiting professor, he is conducting himself like a visiting coach. Isn't he? Fine. Could he have done anything more, better, or different? Check this out. The Vijay Hazare Trophy starts in Kolkata on February 10. The creme de la creme of India's domestic cricket will gather there could not have been a better opportunity to gauge the domestic flock and stock. He could have interacted with the selectors and both parties could have benefited by that interaction. He could have watched the matches for four days in Kolkata and hop over to Dhaka from there in time for the World Twenty20. It was not to be. It has been his avowed practice to avoid watching the domestic matches. The BCCI officials confirm that his contract is for the whole year but he does his duties only with the national team. He never steps into a domestic match. So if Sunil Gavaskar shouts from the roof top for the inclusion of Ishwar Pandey in the playing XI, he will hardly be heard. The coach obviously has not seen him in action in a match. There is no link between domestic and national team. A few days in Kolkata would have also given him a chance to pick the brains of the selectors. It was an opportunity lost. BCCI secretary Sanjay Patel said the coach requested to go home and he was permitted. Interestingly enough, the BCCI could not hold a review meeting of the New Zealand tour because of the coach's absence. Now another overseas tour has ended in a disaster and the coach is holidaying at home. http://www.bangaloremirror.com/sports/cricket/Money-for-nothing/articleshow/31552980.cms The whole "management" structure is a joke. May be the richest board but run worse than a school play :facepalm:

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fletcher enrages me so much read a news report that he does not see any domestic cricket, has gone back home again after asia cup and is never answerable to anything
Jaise Guru waisa Shishya.. even Srini mama doesnt answer anything

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Money for nothing? As usual, Fletcher flies home after another tour. He doesn't watch domestic games, doesn't do reviews, doesn't know domestic players Duncan Fletcher's must be the coolest job in the world. Travel, travel and travel more and get paid about $ 40,000 (close to Rs 25 lakh) a month. When there is no tour, go home and rest. There is no need for any 'domestic' grind. As has been his practice, Fletcher has promptly left for South Africa after the Indian team got knocked out of the Asia Cup in Bangladesh prematurely. The players returned on Thursday but the coach took the onward flight to Cape Town.There are about eight days break before the team returns to Bangladesh for the World Twenty20 on March 14 and the old man has got some welcome holidays. What to do when there is no international cricket? Go home. He did the same after the New Zealand tour. There was a gap of about a week between the last day of the New Zealand tour and departure for the Asia Cup. Fletcher chose to go home directly from New Zealand and joined the Indian team in Bangladesh. Like a visiting professor, he is conducting himself like a visiting coach. Isn't he? Fine. Could he have done anything more, better, or different? Check this out. The Vijay Hazare Trophy starts in Kolkata on February 10. The creme de la creme of India's domestic cricket will gather there could not have been a better opportunity to gauge the domestic flock and stock. He could have interacted with the selectors and both parties could have benefited by that interaction. He could have watched the matches for four days in Kolkata and hop over to Dhaka from there in time for the World Twenty20. It was not to be. It has been his avowed practice to avoid watching the domestic matches. The BCCI officials confirm that his contract is for the whole year but he does his duties only with the national team. He never steps into a domestic match. So if Sunil Gavaskar shouts from the roof top for the inclusion of Ishwar Pandey in the playing XI, he will hardly be heard. The coach obviously has not seen him in action in a match. There is no link between domestic and national team. A few days in Kolkata would have also given him a chance to pick the brains of the selectors. It was an opportunity lost. BCCI secretary Sanjay Patel said the coach requested to go home and he was permitted. Interestingly enough, the BCCI could not hold a review meeting of the New Zealand tour because of the coach's absence. Now another overseas tour has ended in a disaster and the coach is holidaying at home. http://www.bangaloremirror.com/sports/cricket/Money-for-nothing/articleshow/31552980.cms The whole "management" structure is a joke. May be the richest board but run worse than a school play :facepalm:
Feck can't believe this nonsense !!!

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Money for nothing? As usual, Fletcher flies home after another tour. He doesn't watch domestic games, doesn't do reviews, doesn't know domestic players Duncan Fletcher's must be the coolest job in the world. Travel, travel and travel more and get paid about $ 40,000 (close to Rs 25 lakh) a month. When there is no tour, go home and rest. There is no need for any 'domestic' grind. As has been his practice, Fletcher has promptly left for South Africa after the Indian team got knocked out of the Asia Cup in Bangladesh prematurely. The players returned on Thursday but the coach took the onward flight to Cape Town.There are about eight days break before the team returns to Bangladesh for the World Twenty20 on March 14 and the old man has got some welcome holidays. What to do when there is no international cricket? Go home. He did the same after the New Zealand tour. There was a gap of about a week between the last day of the New Zealand tour and departure for the Asia Cup. Fletcher chose to go home directly from New Zealand and joined the Indian team in Bangladesh. Like a visiting professor, he is conducting himself like a visiting coach. Isn't he? Fine. Could he have done anything more, better, or different? Check this out. The Vijay Hazare Trophy starts in Kolkata on February 10. The creme de la creme of India's domestic cricket will gather there could not have been a better opportunity to gauge the domestic flock and stock. He could have interacted with the selectors and both parties could have benefited by that interaction. He could have watched the matches for four days in Kolkata and hop over to Dhaka from there in time for the World Twenty20. It was not to be. It has been his avowed practice to avoid watching the domestic matches. The BCCI officials confirm that his contract is for the whole year but he does his duties only with the national team. He never steps into a domestic match. So if Sunil Gavaskar shouts from the roof top for the inclusion of Ishwar Pandey in the playing XI, he will hardly be heard. The coach obviously has not seen him in action in a match. There is no link between domestic and national team. A few days in Kolkata would have also given him a chance to pick the brains of the selectors. It was an opportunity lost. BCCI secretary Sanjay Patel said the coach requested to go home and he was permitted. Interestingly enough, the BCCI could not hold a review meeting of the New Zealand tour because of the coach's absence. Now another overseas tour has ended in a disaster and the coach is holidaying at home. http://www.bangaloremirror.com/sports/cricket/Money-for-nothing/articleshow/31552980.cms The whole "management" structure is a joke. May be the richest board but run worse than a school play :facepalm:
STFU BCCI :finger:

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Root set to miss World T20

Joe Root has been ruled out of the Twenty20 series against West Indies and, in all probability, the World Twenty20 to follow after x-rays revealed he had suffered a broken thumb in the deciding ODI in Antigua on Wednesday. It means Ian Bell, who last played Twenty20 cricket in January 2011, is in line for a place in the World T20 squad. Although the ECB announcement did not rule Root out of the World T20 in Bangladesh - it just stated that he would be returning to the UK to see a specialist, the recovery time frame means he appears to have very little chance of being available. England's first group match is against New Zealand on March 22. Root was struck by a Ravi Rampaul delivery third ball of his innings and the medical staff wanted him to retire hurt during a rain break, but Root insisted on resuming and scored a superbly-paced maiden ODI hundred to help England to a series-winning total of 303 for 6. He also opened the bowling, removing Kieran Powell in his first over, but soon left the field and spent the majority of West Indies' innings in the dugout with a large ice pack strapped to his thumb. His all-round performances in the ODIs earned him the Man-of-the-Series award. Given the way Root was used to open the bowling in the one-day series against West Indies - with considerable success - it appeared he was in line for the role in Bangladesh while he also has a batting strike of 139 from his seven T20Is, including a career-best 90 not out. Although he has become bogged down at the crease during his Test career, he can manipulate the field, has deceptive power and is electric between the wickets. Bell has already joined up with the England squad, which arrived in Barbados on Thursday, having been called in as cover for Alex Hales and Eoin Morgan who picked up injuries before the one-day series. Ashley Giles, the England coach, said that he wanted a batsman who could fill a variety of roles and who was adept at playing spin, but Bell's selection was odd given he has not played a Twenty20 for anyone since January 2011 - an international against Australia.

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Understandable that the selection was influenced by theT20 WC, but then why persist with Rayudu who is not part of the T20 WC squad. Binny and Aaron are in the T20 squad too but warmed the bench. Some inconsistencies with team management's line of thinking

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Duncan Fletcher is a puppet like Manmohan SIngh. Some one else is running the show. Most probably part of Duncan's salary will be going to this "someone else" All Duncan does is roam around with the Indian team and sit quietly in a corner during team meetings.

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Duncan Fletcher is a puppet like Manmohan SIngh. Some one else is running the show. Most probably part of Duncan's salary will be going to this "someone else" All Duncan does is roam around with the Indian team and sit quietly in a corner during team meetings.
You mean "ek haath se de aur doosre haath se le"

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Vengsarkar hopes for India's improved display in World T20 http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/sports/cricket/series-tournament/t20-world-cup-2014/top-stories/Vengsarkar-hopes-for-Indias-improved-display-in-World-T20/articleshow/31617428.cms Though disappointed at the India's pathetic performance over the last few months, former skipper Dilip Vengsarkar is optimistic about the Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led side's chances in the upcoming ICC World T20 championship in Bangladesh. The Indian team has lost successive Test and ODI rubbers to host nations South Africa and New Zealand before coming a cropper in the ongoing Asia Cup in Bangladesh where it failed to make the final. However, Vengsarkar is hopeful the team would bring back the Twenty20 World Cup it won in its inaugural year in 2007. "Of late, India is not doing too well. But I still have a strong belief that India would do extremely well in Dhaka (in T20) because the wickets over there are similar to Indian wickets. "But the (bowling) attack looks like a weak link. I think we have the same attack in Tests, ODIs and T20. The same Bhuvneshwar Kumar, the same (Mohammed) Shami, the same guys. We don't have options and that is the crux of the matter, unfortunately," Vengsarkar said while unveiling the replica of the coveted T20 Trophy at the Bombay Gymkhana on Friday. The T20 event is scheduled from March 16 to April 6. The former chief selector felt spinners hold the key in the sub-continent conditions and was also happy with the return of Dhoni, who skipped the Asia Cup due to injury, in beefing up the batting department. "In Asia Cup, the performance wasn't that great but I still hope we will do well in this forthcoming World Cup. It is a 20-over tournament and we have won it before and we hope we will do the same thing again." "Dhoni will definitely make a lot of difference. He is an excellent captain and has been around for almost six to seven years. He is an experienced campaigner and he has won so many matches with his batting as well," Vengsarkar said. "He is a crucial player at number six and he is a good keeper also. Dhoni is a very important member of the team and I am sure he will do well. Of late, he has not done well abroad but I am sure, the team under him has still plenty of hope," he said. "I am sure he (Dhoni) will not fumble like what had happened in the last few matches," said Vengsarkar, referring to the spate of reprieves provided to opposition batsmen by stand-in stumper Dinesh Karthik in the Asia Cup. While emphasising the weakness of the bowling attack, spin in particular, he felt India could, on the other hand, depend on the strength of its batting. "The bowling department looks like a weak link for us but anything can happen in 20 overs. They have to bowl only 4 overs and how they bowl that is very important," he said. "Spinning department is very important because we are playing in an Asian country, where spinners will be very important. And those in the team would have to deliver. Unfortunately we don't have many bowling options. The same set play in all formats. They look tired and jaded. "(But) we have a strong batting line up. If we can score in excess of 180 we should do well," said the 57-year- old, who is a veteran of 116 Test matches. The former middle-order mainstay expressed dismay over chief coach Duncan Fletcher, under whom India have lost four overseas Test rubbers on the trot in England, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand, returning home to Zimbabwe after every international assignment instead of watching domestic games. "It's a matter of serious concern because India will be playing five (Test) matches in England (this season). It's disappointing we have not won anything abroad (in recent times). Also, he needs to watch domestic cricket. If he watches only international cricket it's not good enough. After an international series he goes back home. "I don't know what is in his contract (with BCCI). The thing is he has to watch local games also. Ishwar Pandey (MP pacer) has not been picked (in the India playing 11 so far) because he has not been watched. Unless he (Fletcher) watches local matches he will not know who is good enough to play for India," Vengsarkar maintained. Vengsarkar recalled how the Indian cricket officials were not inclined towards the T20 format when it was conceptualised. "In my career, I never played T20 games but I was very much part of the first ICC trophy, which the Indian team won in South Africa. I was the selector and I was in England at that time. "BCCI was not very keen on this format then and we didn't have any key records or scores for the tournament and the BCCI was the last board to accept this format of the tournament," he remembered. "I was with the Indian team that time and we were playing against England and we had to pick the side. The other four selectors were there in India. It took us almost two hours and, apart from the format, we were discussing who would do well in this format," he said. "Dhoni was made the captain that time and all young players were there. We all thought the youngsters would bring in the energy and they would do well in South Africa," Vengsarkar said. "Almost 4-5 senior players dropped out of the tournament and that allowed us to get all the youngsters with whom we were happy in ODI matches. And then, India won the World Cup," he said. Among the seniors who opted out of the inaugural edition in 2007 were Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and Sourav Ganguly. India, under Dhoni, went on to create history by defeating Pakistan in a nail-biting final in Johannesburg.

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bowling will win us the trophy if we are to win it. worth playing aaron in a practice game, dont think mohit will do much but can play him in place of shami for rest. bhuvi, needs swing and just to bowl full, worried that dhoni will revert to him bowling short which is not his thing

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You'll see a different me in World T20: Suresh Raina It must have been difficult for you to be out of the Indian team when they were playing in Bangladesh in the Asia Cup. Yes it was difficult but that's something I have to take in my stride and move on. I have played in the domestic one-dayers and have worked very hard on my fitness. I have done meditation as well to increase my concentration. Where do you think things went wrong for you of late? Coming in to bat at No. 5 and 6, I have got some starts and reached 20s and 30s. The problem is I haven't been able to build on those starts and that's what I am trying to rectify. I have spoken to Sourav Ganguly as well and his advice has been very helpful. Anything specific that Sourav told you? He just gave me confidence and told me to work on my strength. He reminded me how well I had done in ODIs before and told me to play the same aggressive game that made me successful. It does feel good when such a great player has so many good things to say about your game. The short ball has been a bit of a problem for you. Any specific training against the short ball? It's all part of the improvement process. I have taken all those things into account and tried to work on it. I have taken the advice of my coaches as well and I believe you will see a different Suresh Raina in the T20 World Cup. You have been one of the best T20 players for India. What's the secret? In T20 cricket, more often than not, I have gone out to bat early. It has allowed me the time to get settled and play some crucial innings. That's something I would like to do in one-dayers as well, as and when I get the chance again. This T20 World Cup is crucial for you as it is for the team... No doubt about it. This T20 World Cup is going to be the stepping stone for the 50-over World Cup in a year's time. If we do well and go on to win it here, it's going to be a huge boost to our confidence. As for me, if I do well and have a good IPL after that, it will help me come back into reckoning for ODIs. But given the poor run of form, do you think India have a chance in the T20 World Cup? Of course we have. Look at the balance of experience and youthful energy. We will go there and play a few practice games as well which will help us tune up to the conditions. And as it is, it's the subcontinent and we have always done well. If everything falls into place, we have every chance of winning it. Can you specify why India haven't done well in limited overs since October? A combination of reasons. Sometimes our batting has done well and the bowling hasn't clicked and vice-versa. Then the new rules in ODIs which have come into place where more than four players are not allowed outside the ring. It takes a little time for the bowlers to get used to it, just as the batsmen sometimes find a little tough to rotate strike. But all that's part of the game and we are in the process of coping with it. sourcec-toi

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Raina has been our key player at number 3 in T20 format can see MS coming at 5 after Yuvraj.
He will make a huge difference since he can accelerate big time later on.. The value he brings when he is set is huge. He and Raina should swap positions. Rohit can come 4-5 down

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Raina will soon complete a decade of playing at the international level. We have seen some cool performances from him but not the MoS kinds. It would be great if Raina can come up w/ a MoS type of performance and help Ind win Yuvraj, despite the ups and downs, delivered a Sobers like performance in WC 2013, and who can forget those 6 6s of Board in T20 WC in 2007. Raina needs to deliver similar performances. He has Yuvi for inspiration

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He will make a huge difference since he can accelerate big time later on.. The value he brings when he is set is huge. He and Raina should swap positions. Rohit can come 4-5 down
I think MS will play as a finisher where if we are in a situation where we need 10 an over he can finish it off . Can see Yuvi at 4 and him at 5 though saying that I forgot we also have Virat in our side so he'll be at 3 I think.

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India squad for World Twenty20 MS Dhoni (capt), Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Suresh Raina, Yuvraj Singh, Ajinkya Rahane, Ravindra Jadeja, R Ashwin, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohammed Shami, Stuart Binny, Amit Mishra, Mohit Sharma, Varun Aaron
Appears as if Ind is starting its campaign against Pak at Mirpur, where spinners performed well. I would be tempted to start out w/ the following 11 and make changes if required depending up on form and conditions: Dhawan Rahane (or Rohit) Kohli Yuvi Dhoni Raina Jadeja Ashwin Mishra Shami Mohit (or Varun/Bhuvi)

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Yuvraj singh walks into the Indian all time ODI and T20 team. Raina has it all to do. Raina has always been a good player in the T20 format batting at 4-5 for India. But to stand out as being a great he needs to dominate a tournament. The way i see it, if he can hit 3-4 50s at a good pace, pick up a few wickets etc and india lift the cup he has left his mark.

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Yuvi and Raina are good for Indian team. Both had few failures and were dropped for the right reasons' date=' but for a long term purpose and world cup, I would love to see them back.[/quote'] well that's not a surprise. you are another supporter of mediocrity and long shall it continue if we recall these players

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