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  1. You are seriously underrating Team 2’s batting. Other than Rohit, all of 4 of Agarwal, Rahul, Gill and Pant and can score big match winning centuries. Both Pandya bros can take the opposition bowling apart in the slog overs. I also don’t see Team 2 struggling against Kuldeep since these guys grew up batting against spin bowlers.
  2. Captain Kohli selecting an inexperienced teenager? Will never happen in a million years
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    Is time running out for KL Rahul fast?

    How many ODIs did Rahul play in that time frame? How can time be running out when he's not even getting chances?
  4. Team India #1 1. Ajinkya Rahane 2. Shikhar Dhawan 3. Virat Kohli (C) 4. Ambati Rayudu 5. MS Dhoni (WK) 6. Kedar Jadhav 7. Ravindra Jadeja 8. Bhuvenshwar Kumar 9. Kuldeep Yadav 10. Jasprit Bumrah 11. Khaleel Ahmed Team India #2 1. Rohit Sharma (C) 2. Mayank Agarwal 3. KL Rahul 4. Shubman Gill 5. Rishabh Pant (WK) 6. Hardik Pandya 7. Krunal Pandya 8. Shardul Thakur 9. Mohammad Shami 10. Umesh Yadav 11. Yuzvendra Chahal
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    Harmless LoI bowler award goes to Bhuvi !!!

    Death bowling was his only saving grace but it seems like he has lost that art as well. He leaks runs in almost every LOI game nowadays
  6. Both Junaid & Hafeez are chuckers and should be banned from bowling! Very well done by Taylor
  7. @Switchblade 1. Shikhar Dhawan 2. Colin Munro 3. Prithvi Shaw 4. Shreyas Iyer (C) 5. Rishabh Pant (WK) 6. Glenn Maxwell 7. Chris Morris 8. Rahul Tewatia 9. Trent Boult 10. Amit Mishra 11. Avesh Khan This looks a very exciting team on paper.
  8. Shikhar Dhawan is a like-for-like replacement of Gautam Gambhir.
  9. Eleven years since he made his IPL debut with Delhi Daredevils, Shikhar Dhawan is set to play for his home team again in 2019. ESPNcricinfo understands that the batsman is likely to have been traded by Sunrisers Hyderabad in exchange for three players - Vijay Shankar, Abhishek Sharma and Shahbaz Nadeem. Sunrisers had chosen not to retain Dhawan ahead of last year's auction, where the franchise paid INR 5.2 crore (approx USD 820,000) to buy him back. Since then, there have been murmurs about him being unhappy about being price tag, which eventually led to Sunrisers releasing him through the trade. Since Daredevils had bought the trio of Shankar (INR 3.2 cr), Nadeem (INR 3.2 cr) and Abhishek (INR 55 lakhs) for a total of INR 6.95 crore, Sunrisers would need to pay the balance amount in cash. Dhawan last played for Daredevils in the first season of the IPL in 2008. Then he moved to Mumbai for a couple of years and finally arrived in Hyderabad, initially playing for Deccan Chargers for a year before joining Sunrisers in 2013. Dhawan has been the leading run-getter for Sunrisers with a tally of 2768 from 91 innings at an average of 35.03 and strike-rate of 125.13. In the 2018 IPL, he made 497 runs at 35.50. His smart strike-rate was 142.82, better than his normal strike-rate of 136.91. Although regular captain David Warner was the force behind Sunrisers winning the IPL in 2016, Dhawan also played a key role at the top of the order. In fact, the Warner-Dhawan combine (2357) is the third-most prolific pairing behind Chris Gayle-Virat Kohli (2787) and AB de Villiers-Kohli (2525) In case the deal does go through - both franchises have been tight-lipped, making no public comment - it remains to be seen whether Daredevils have gained much from it, having released three allrounders, all Indians, two of whom (Shankar and Nadeem) are frequent first-choice picks in the XI. The Dhawan deal is the second big trade ahead of the next IPL auction, scheduled for December 16. Royal Challengers Bangalore earlier released South African wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock to Mumbai Indians in a money-only trade, which involves a franchise selling the player in exchange for money, as opposed to swapping him for another player. The other trade in the first trading window was RCB releasing Mandeep Singh to Kings XI Punjab in exchange for Australian allrounder Marcus Stoinis. http://www.espncricinfo.com/story/_/id/25128074/shikhar-dhawan-set-return-delhi-daredevils-11-years
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    2019 ODI tour to Aus-NZ

    We have IPL just before the World Cup! Rahul, Rayudu, Dhoni & Bhuvi will all perform excellently in IPL 2019 and seal their spots for the World Cup. Jadhav is a good package with both bat and ball, he will also seal his spot for the World Cup. Jadeja should miss out, both Kuldeep and Chahal are better wicket-takers than him.
  11. Deepak Hooda Nitish Rana Sanju Samson Krishnappa Gowtham Ishan Kishan Krunal Pandya Manan Vohra Mayank Agarwal Abhishek Sharma Shivam Dubey
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    Rishab Pant will be dropped next match

    Both Jadhav and Jadeja will be back next game. Pant and Khaleel will be dropped. Captain Kohli will never drop seniors Dhoni and Bhuvi
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    IND v WI | 3rd ODI | Pune | 27th October 1.30 PM |

    Kuldeep looks more solid than Jadeja with the bat
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    IND v WI | 3rd ODI | Pune | 27th October 1.30 PM |

    West Indies are selecting awesome youngsters like Hope & Hetmyer whereas we are persisting with short term options like Rayudu & Dhoni.
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    IND v WI | 3rd ODI | Pune | 27th October 1.30 PM |

    Jadeja averages 36 with the ball in ODIs. The only reason why you are fanboying him is because he plays for CSK

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