Team India Cricket World Cup 2019 Squad

Cricket World Cup 2019 Team Squads,

As we all know, Indian players are in supreme form and they have already made so many impacts in past matches. Obviously, it is very difficult to pick 15 most talented player in Cricket World Cup 2019 Squad for India while every player is showing his skills throughout in every match. There was very little tension hanging over boss selector M.S.K Prasad’s newsgathering to report a 15 man squad driven by Virat Kohli as a large portion of the players picked themselves with Mahendra Singh Dhoni the undisputed first-decision wicketkeeper, the selectors favored Karthik’s experience to the raw talent of 21-year-old Pant.

Who is the best Wicket Keeper For Cricket World Cup 2019?

Selector Said that “We felt Rishabh Pant or DK will come into the playing XI only if Mahi (Dhoni) is injured,” Prasad told reporters, saying Karthik’s superior keeping and reputation as a “finisher” clinched it for the 33-year-old.
“In crunch matches, who can be the best guy who can handle the pressure? For that reason, the decision went in favor of Dinesh Karthik. Otherwise, Pant is full of talent, there’ll be time for him. It’s unfortunate for him that he missed out.”
Veteran Dinesh Karthik pipped youthful Rishabh Pant to the second wicketkeeper’s spot in India’s World Cup squad on Monday and all-rounder Vijay Shankar additionally made the cut. While Pant has demonstrated achievement in Test cricket (696 keeps running at 49.71), his ODI structure has been sketchy (93 keeps running at 23.25, the strike rate of 130.98).

Middle Order Chaos For Indian’s Cricket Team

There was an intense hypothesis about who India pick as their No.4 batsman and Shankar pipped Rayudu.
“What Vijay Shankar offers is three dimensional,” Prasad said. “Aside from his batting, he can bowl and he’s an incredible fielder. We are seeing him as number four. We have Dinesh Karthik and Kedar Jadhav additionally, so we have a lot of alternatives at number four at the present time.”
KL Rahul made the squad as a back-up opener, yet could likewise bat at No.4, Prasad said.
The World Cup in England and Wales beginning on May 30.


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