2) Shikhar Dhawan
Dhawan’s only den left in the Indian team is the 50-over cricket as the veteran opener is overlooked for the other two formats. The 36-year-old will continue his long-standing partnership with Rohit at the top.
Dhawan does not have a great record against England in particular – 526 runs at 37.57 with just one half-century in 15 innings, though, he made 1101 runs at 63.76 in England and Wales region thanks to the ICC tournaments. The ODI series will serve as an opportunity for the southpaw to stamp his authority against England.