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Who will be the final 11 players of the Cricket World Cup Indian team?

Who will be the final 11 players of the Cricket World Cup Indian team?

After nine months, the World Cup of ODI matches is going to be held in India, but till now it is not clear who will be in the Indian team.



By BBC News Hindi

Updated: Monday, January 23, 2023, 17:11 [IST]

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India has won two consecutive matches against New Zealand, taking a decisive lead in the series.

Who will be the final 11 players of the Cricket World Cup Indian team?

The way the results of both the matches have been seen so far, there is a situation of uncertainty.

While the Indian bowlers were finding it difficult to defend the score of 349 runs in the first match, New Zealand’s team was reduced to just 108 runs in the second match.

It can be said that Shubman Gill has been successful in both the matches, with his unbeaten 40-run innings after the double century, he has only increased the difficulty that the current team India is facing.

In fact, the biggest competition of cricket, the ODI World Cup tournament, is to be held in India only after nine months.

But for this World Cup, which players will take part from India, the mutual competition is increasing.

There are at least 20 players who are staking their claim with a strong performance. Under the leadership of India’s head coach Rahul Dravid and captain Rohit Sharma, the phase of experiments has been going on for the last 18 months.

Now compare this with the World Cup team of 2011, 12 years ago, when for the first time Mahendra Singh Dhoni came to know that the team would participate in the World Cup under his captaincy, he started preparations from the same day.

This was a big reason due to which the team played unitedly and after a long gap of 28 years, Team India was able to repeat the charisma of winning the World Cup.

On the other hand, there is the current situation, where after the series against Sri Lanka, the Indian players are playing against New Zealand followed by a three-match series against the Australian team. After this the phase of Indian Premier League will start.

Although officially the press release of BCCI would have known that keeping in mind the World Cup to be played in October-November, the work load of the players is being taken care of, but the key players of Team India are not participating in the IPL or Nothing has been said about not taking.

Infact the pressure to perform in IPL is so much that even players get injured, will key players of the team have the option of not participating in IPL to avoid injury? There is no discussion on this.

It is possible that all the star players will participate in IPL.

This will happen when Jasprit Bumrah and Ravindra Jadeja are injured due to playing continuously for the last 18 months. Add to this Rishabh Pant who was injured in a road accident, then three players are still injured.

Be it the workload management of the players or injury rehabilitation, BCCI has not been very successful in these two areas in the last few years.

Although the BCCI officials proudly state that the team has a strong bench strength, the real question contrary to this claim is when was the last time a team of fully fit and best players took the field?

Try remembering and you will find that it is very difficult to answer this question.

By the way, the story of the team is not complete without captain Rohit Sharma. He scored the most runs in the second match against New Zealand, runs are also coming out of his bat but these days his fitness is not supporting him.

One of the problems of being the captain of the team is that he does not get a chance to rest quickly.

In such a situation, will he be fully fit till the 2023 World Cup? By then his age will also be 36 years. After playing continuous cricket till March, it would have been better if he had taken a break from IPL to stay fit till the World Cup, but Mumbai Indians will not want to bear the lack of a star player like him.

A BCCI source also claims that keeping in mind the preparations for the World Cup, the Indian team’s calendar has been prepared.

The New Zealand team is playing in India in January, followed by the Australian team in February for the Gavaskar Border Trophy.

The result of the Test series will decide whether India will take part in the World Test Championship to be held in June or not. In such a situation, it is obvious that Rohit Sharma and other important players will also participate in the important series in Australia.

The pressure on Rohit Sharma and coach Rahul Dravid to win the World Cup at home is immense. Both have participated in the World Cup five times for India.

Rahul Dravid has participated in the 1999, 2003 and 2007 World Cups for India, while Rohit Sharma has played the 2015 and 2019 World Cups, but both have not been a part of the World Cup winning Indian team.

By the way, Rohit Sharma has a better record in World Cup matches than Rahul Dravid. Rohit Sharma scored five centuries in the 2019 World Cup, this is the best record of any Indian batsman in any World Cup.

In such a situation, he would like to win this year’s World Cup, he would like to say goodbye to his ODI cricket career with the victory of the World Cup.

The role of BCCI is also going to be important in the career management of Indian captain Rohit Sharma. Chetan Sharma, chairman of the Indian cricket selection committee, accept it or not, the fact is that Team India is going through a transition phase at the moment.

The format of the best playing XI could not be formed and there is a doubt about whether a match winner like Rishabh Pant will also be able to enter the team in time.

There will also be a lack of confidence in the selection committee. After all, the chairman of the selection committee was fighting to retain his position in the recent past when the BCCI disbanded the selection committee. In such a situation, it is not difficult to understand that there must have been so much pressure on them to obey the BCCI functionaries.

There is also a truth that ODI matches have remained a problem for Indian cricket for the last few years. Due to all the focus being on T20, this format has not been given much attention.

But during this time Team India had to face defeat in ODI series in New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and Bangladesh. However, only against England the team managed to win on their grounds.

The biggest challenge of the Indian team for the Cricket World Cup to be held in October-November is to keep Hardik Pandya, Jaspreet Bumrah, Ravindra Jadeja, KL Rahul and captain Rohit Sharma himself 100 percent fit. These are the players of Team India who have been seen struggling at the level of fitness.

On the one hand, the schedule of the Indian team is very busy and on the other hand now the IPL has also become of ten teams. In such a situation, this season is going to be long for the players and the promoters of the IPL team would also like to see their star players playing in every match.

It is obvious that by participating in more matches, there will be more possibility of injury to the players. Old history tells that in such a situation players prefer the IPL team than the national team.

Two of the most successful teams in IPL history – Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings, have to participate in T20 leagues outside India as well. In such a situation, if Rohit Sharma gets injured, then KL Rahul can get the captaincy, from here the difficulty starts because at present, the place of KL Rahul is not confirmed in the team.

Looking at the current performance of the team, the top batting order is looking in rhythm. Both Ishaan Kishan and Shubman Gill have recently presented their claim by scoring double centuries. These two have increased the difficulties of KL Rahul in a way.

If Rohit Sharma remains fully fit, then KL Rahul may have to play in the lower order when he returns to the team.

After this, there are a lot of difficulties regarding the middle order as well. By scoring two consecutive centuries, Virat Kohli has decided that he will remain in the World Cup as the most experienced player of the team. However, it is another matter that the fear of Kohli is no longer as much among bowlers around the world as it used to be.

In such a situation, everyone’s eyes will be on how his performance is for the next eight months. If there is any decline in Kohli’s form or if he becomes unfit, then definitely Team India’s campaign will suffer.

The other pillar of the team is Suryakumar Yadav, who is being touted as India’s 360-degree batsman, but the way the current team management is giving him chances in ODIs, he will be in a state of confusion and this will affect his ability to play shots. But can be seen.

In T20 cricket, the world’s top batsman has not been able to fully get the trust of the coach and captain of the team.

This situation is when Suryakumar Yadav made a great start in ODI cricket as well. In the first eight ODIs, he scored runs at a strike rate of over 103 and an average of 53.40. While in the next eight ODIs, he could not reach double digits four times and could not go beyond 20 twice.

Despite this, Suryakumar Yadav is best suited to bat at number three in any format on the basis of his current form, but the current team management is not showing much confidence in him.

As a number five batsman, either KL Rahul or Shreyas Iyer can get a chance. Apart from these two, Sanju Samson and Deepak Hooda are also among the contenders.

The team’s vice-captain and all-rounder Hardik Pandya is the most trusted face for batting at number six. If Ravindra Jadeja remains fit, then there will be no problem for the batsman at number seven. There is no alternative to Jadeja either.

Looking at the preparations for the World Cup, the biggest difficulty of the Indian team is the weakness of the bowling attack. How weak the Indian bowling attack is can be gauged from the first ODI of the series between India and Bangladesh.

The tenth wicket of the Bangladesh team shared a 51-run partnership. In the second ODI, the Bangladeshi team managed to reach 271 runs from 69 for six wickets.

In the second match of the series against New Zealand, the performance of the bowlers was definitely good, but despite being 131 for six in the first ODI, the New Zealand team managed to reach the score of 337 runs.

Whether it is to take wickets or to control the run rate, Indian bowlers have been seen struggling in both the aspects. Although the performance of fast bowlers has improved in recent times but the challenges of spin remain.

Jasprit Bumrah’s fitness will decide India’s fate in the World Cup. He played the last match for India in September, he has a back problem, although he was declared fit but later his name was withdrawn.

In the absence of Bumrah, Mohammed Shami has got a chance to return, although fitness has also been his problem.

If he stays fit, there is also the challenge of winning the confidence of the selectors. The Chetan Sharma-led selection committee has kept him out of T20 cricket in the name of giving chances to young faces.

This has also affected his form and in the past he has been troubled by a shoulder injury, but Arshdeep Singh, Mohammad Siraj and Umran Malik have proved themselves over time. However, all three will have to bring consistency in their performance.

There is variety in spin bowling. On one side there are all-rounders like Akshar Patel and Washington Sundar and on the other side there are wrist spinners Kuldeep Yadav and Yajuvendra Chahal.

But the biggest question regarding the World Cup is whether the experienced Ravichandran Ashwin will get a chance, this is such a mystery that no one has the answer at the moment.

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