These two players can become the key aspect of India in the ODI series against England


Every winning move by them for their team will be an answer to those who questioned their calibre in One-Day Internationals.

Here we present the two players who can become the X-factor for India in the ODI series against England alongside the star players of the team like Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli.

Bhuvaneshwar Kumar:

Undoubtedly, Bhuvi is such a name whose jaw-dropping comeback in the T20I series against England has made each and every cricket fan across the country go gaga over it. His swing is his brahmāstra and in ODIs, if India chooses to bowl first then definitely, Bhuvaneshwar Kumar will be a serious threat to the English batting side as due to the absence of dew in sunlight, the World Champions will have to face some crazy swing bowling which may result in the lose of wickets for them.

Shreyas Iyer:

One of the best young batting prospects, Shreyas Iyer will also be a key-man in India’s batting lineup and also, Shreyas will have to face a tough test. With so many batting options available in the Indian squad including some new names like Ishan Kishan and Suryakumar Yadav who have performed really well recently, Shreyas’ test will be prove his superiority in order to have a fixed place in the team during India’s future tours.

Other than these two, India’s chinaman specialist, Kuldeep Yadav will be also serving as a key prospect and as captain Virat Kohli had said during the press-meet earlier today, Kuldeep is expected to play all three matches and his left-arm orthodox spin can be threatening to the English batting during the middle overs as the track is also expected to be spin favourable.

With the inclusion of Krunal Pandya and Prasidh Krishna in the ODI squad after their exemplary performance in the Indian domestic cricket, it is gonna be really tough for Virat Kohli to go for rotations in the starting XI as Washington Sundar and Mohammed Siraj will be on the verge of comprising with their place in the team.

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Dipro Mukherjee
18. Calcutta. Sagittarius. Sports Columnist.


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