BCCI has announced the India squad for the ODI series against West Indies, which is starting from the 6th
of February in Narendra Modi Stadium, and India’s ace medium-fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar has been dropped from the squad
after his average performance against South Africa. Bhuvneshwar Kumar failed to put any kind of impact in the ODI
series, with the new ball or with the old ball, he was unable to take the wickets in the
starting overs and failed to stop the flow of runs in the death overs, meanwhile, Rohit Sharma has passed his fitness test and will lead the team in the ODI and T20i series.
because of his hamstring injury, Rohit Sharma missed the entire tour of South Africa which resulted in India losing the test series by 2-1, and in the ODI series, the Indian team clean swept.
the series against West Indies is very important from the Indian team’s point of view because the Indian team
Had one of their worst World Cup campaigns and the series will tell in which direction the Indian team is going.
T20 World Cup, which was held in the UAE, the Indian team was out from the group stage, where the
The Indian team lost to Pakistan for the first time in the World Cup. and then the Indian team lost to New Zealand,
Middle Order Woes
The Indian team is struggling with their middle-order problem, the problem has been long going and yet the Indian
management has to find the proper solution this is because once India’s top three is back in the pavilion early the team collapse.
this happened twice in the three-match series against South Africa, in the first match Kohli and Dhawan were
cruising towards the victory but as soon as they went back India lost the match,