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  1. tweaker

    Which 11 would you prefer (BorGav)?

    Team B Gill has not done any spectacular to warrant a place in the test team against Australia. If Agarwal was in the scheme of things, he would have made debut against windies. Knowing Kohli he would select experienced side & chances of Siraj not in the squad are more. Only due to Saha injury, Pant could make his debut & now due to his performance he has become the first choice wk. As per reports it looks Dhawan was dropped from the squad due to his personal difference with Kohli . Other wise we may not have seen the debut of Shaw
  2. Again the selection committee played safe by picking Umesh instead of Sairaj, Saini etc. But better decision than the selection of Kaul ,Chahar.
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    Reserve / Backup players available for Team India

    Vijay Shankar can be back up for Hardik.Knowing the selectors chances of Shankar selection are more than any newbie. He is already in the queue as he has played some matches. Taking Jadhav fitness concerns, Shankar seems a decent replacement
  4. tweaker

    Vijay hazare trophy 2018

    Vihari is in good form, should have played in the 2nd test
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    Preferred squad for Aus Test series

    Wicket keeper batsman who played with India A team in 4 day matches
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    Preferred squad for Aus Test series

    Rahul Shaw Agarwal Pujara Kohli Rahane Vihari Pant Bharat/Saha Ashwin Kuldeep Jadeja Pandya Bhubaneswar Shami Ishant Umesh
  7. They should have given debut to Mayank Agarwal & first Siraj against West Indies. West Indies is a very weak test team & they should have played Vihari also in the 2 nd test. The selection committee should rest Dhoni from the 3rd odi & select some youngsters.
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    No trundler policy

    This team management is promoting Trundler policy. Inspite of having Siraj in the squad they selected Shardul in the 2nd test against West Indies. Shardul was busy warming the bench, while Siraj had taken atleast 40 wickets against A sides. Tall left arm pacer Khaleel was in the squad, but the team management played Chahar & Kaul Inspite of Khaleel 3 wickets in his debut match.
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    Runs expectations in Aus (BorGav Trophy)

    If Pant plays as he has played in the last 3 tests, we may expect 300 runs from him. His runs may turn out to be the deciding factor in the Australia test series. If Pandya or Bhubaneswar are playing as 4th pacer after Bumrah, Shami, Ishant,we may expect atleast 150 runs from them.
  10. Mayank & Siraj should have played in this series.They would equally have been successfull. Siraj should have played in this match
  11. Siraj & Hanuma Vihari are released from the India Test squad in order to allow the two to participate in the Vijay Hazare knockout matches, which are set to begin from Sunday.
  12. The national selection committee was left deeply embarrassed after Mahendra Singh Dhoni declined to play Vijay Hazare Trophy quarter-finals for Jharkhand on Sunday despite chairman MSK Prasad’s public announcement couple of days back Dhoni knows this selection committee can't take any action against him. If he can throw Mohinder Amaranth out of the selection committee,who this Prasad is for him. If Prasad has any dignity he should take some action against him. Dhoni is clearly struggling to put bat to ball & he doesn't want to play VH matches before the Odi series. Karun and Vijay were reprimanded for talking against their non selection but here they won't utter a word
  13. Dhoni is struggling to bat, he should have played this matches before the Windies series. The selection committee should have made it compulsory for the players to play in the VH trophy

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