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Team India’s experiments have failed. And how

DNMUM433428 | 3/14/2019 | Author : G Krishnan | WC :687

Mumbai: Even in their final ODI on Wednesday before the World Cup that is two-and-a-half months away, the Indian cricket team did not stop experimenting. And if the just-concluded series is any indication, the result of these experiments does not paint a happy picture. The constant chopping and churning of the team composition has only added to the insecurity of players. Is Ambati Rayudu any more confident of his place in the team -- being dropped after three failures? Is Shikhar Dhawan, while enjoying a long rope, batting any more consistently than he does? The answer to both is a resounding NO. Is Bhuvneshwar Kumar assured of his place ever? He is always the fall guy despite the fact that conditions in England will suit the way he bowl
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