3) Krunal Pandya
Krunal Pandya’s brother Hardik Pandya is already a regular feature within the team, so perhaps its high time that Team India allows the two brothers to do what they do best.
Having previously played for the national team in T20 games, Krunal has yet to make his debut in ODIs. He has been a consistent player for Baroda and Mumbai Indians (MI), while the left-handed all-rounder has been in a good touch off-late against New Zealand, playing for India A.
In his career, the 28-year-old has played 61 List-A matches, scoring 1595 runs at an average of 31.90.
In the same number of matches, Pandya also has 75 wickets, at an economy of 4.91. He can be a true-blue finisher for the Indian team and a wise replacement for Jadhav.