The BCCI selection committee had announced the Indian squad for the upcoming ODI series against England and a few of the decisions have raised eyebrows. Suryakumar Yadav, Prasidh Krishna, and Krunal Pandya have been the new recruits to the Indian squad for the first time while Shubman Gill has retained his spot. Prithvi Shaw and Devdutt Padikkal will be unlucky to miss out despite being in excellent form.
Mohammed Siraj has made a comeback into the ODI squad after a long gap while Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah are not available for the series. Bhuvneshwar will have to lead the Indian attack and he is also returning to the Indian squad after a long injury gap. Here are 3 Players who shouldn’t have been in the Indian ODI squad against England.
3 Players Who Shouldn’t Have Been In The Indian ODI Squad Against England:
Yuzvendra Chahal hasn’t been in good form off late and has looked out of socks totally. He was a bowler that can be banked on even if he isn’t taking wickets but that hasn’t been the case in recent times and has gone for plenty of runs. His last four T20 games have an average economy rate of nearly 10 which is disappointing with the T20 Worldcup coming.
Yuzvendra Chahal was dropped in the fourth T20 and Rahul Chahar did an excellent job in his place for India. Chahal’s recent performances would have certainly not allowed him to get into the ODI squad, but he is an experienced campaigner having played a lot of international games and he must use this opportunity to get back into his rhythm back.