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Twenty20 route to bigger things

DNMUM439704 | 7/23/2019 | Author : Jamie Alter | WC :914

With eye on next year’s T20 World Cup, selectors reward youngsters like Rahul Chahar and Washington Sundar for fine performances in recent ‘A’ series and IPL
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In the hullabaloo over MS Dhoni’s future, the absence of Shubman Gill and Mayank Agarwal, the ambiguity over Hardik Pandya and the inclusion of Kedar Jadhav, there was one aspect of the three India squads named on Sunday by the chief selector MSK Prasad in Mumbai that, by and large, did not create much of a ruckus: India’s T20I outfit picked for three matches in the West Indies next month.
In the history of team selections for any international cricket side, there has never been one group of players selected by a designated committee that has not been criticised. Reactions to India’s Test and ODI squads for the tour of the West Indies have been opinionated, but with regard to the 15 picked for the three T20I matches, there has been ha
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