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Mohammad Shami makes comeback; Pawan Negi makes cut as Manish Pandey misses the bus as Indian selectors pick squad for ICC World Twenty 20 and Asia Cup. (Photo: Indian Cricket Team/ Facebook)
Mohammad Shami makes comeback; Pawan Negi makes cut as Manish Pandey misses the bus as Indian selectors pick squad for ICC World Twenty 20 and Asia Cup. (Photo: Indian Cricket Team/ Facebook)
Rohit Sharma: The India opener is cut out for limited-over cricket. He slammed 143 runs in the last three T20 encounters. (Photo: AP)
Rohit Sharma: The India opener is cut out for limited-over cricket. He slammed 143 runs in the last three T20 encounters. (Photo: AP)
Shikhar Dhawan: When he cuts loose, cricket looks easiest. The southpaw may not have the perfect footwork but his hand-eye coordination is next level. (Photo: AP)
Shikhar Dhawan: When he cuts loose, cricket looks easiest. The southpaw may not have the perfect footwork but his hand-eye coordination is next level. (Photo: AP)
Virat Kohli: The angry young man of Indian cricket means business. Kohli won the Player of the Tournament award recently in the three-match T20 rubber against Australia and he is currently at his peak. (Photo: AFP)
Virat Kohli: The angry young man of Indian cricket means business. Kohli won the Player of the Tournament award recently in the three-match T20 rubber against Australia and he is currently at his peak. (Photo: AFP)
Suresh Raina: He made a handsome comeback hitting the winning runs in the third and final T20 against Australia. Having played IPL for eight years, he is undoubtedly the T20 specialist. (Photo: AP)
Suresh Raina: He made a handsome comeback hitting the winning runs in the third and final T20 against Australia. Having played IPL for eight years, he is undoubtedly the T20 specialist. (Photo: AP)
Ajinkya Rahane: The Mumbai batsman could not feature in the T20s Down Under but if India need an anchor, he is the man. (Photo: AP)
Ajinkya Rahane: The Mumbai batsman could not feature in the T20s Down Under but if India need an anchor, he is the man. (Photo: AP)
Yuvraj Singh: The veteran will try his best to erase his ICC World T20 2014 memories as he takes guard this time. He is India’s match-winner. (Photo: AP)
Yuvraj Singh: The veteran will try his best to erase his ICC World T20 2014 memories as he takes guard this time. He is India’s match-winner. (Photo: AP)
MS Dhoni: This could be Dhoni’s last chance to end on a high and add another trophy to his already filled cabinet. (Photo: AP)
MS Dhoni: This could be Dhoni’s last chance to end on a high and add another trophy to his already filled cabinet. (Photo: AP)
Ravindra Jadeja: A sharp fielder, all-rounder and Dhoni’s go-to man in pressure situations. Welcome, Sir. (Photo: AP)
Ravindra Jadeja: A sharp fielder, all-rounder and Dhoni’s go-to man in pressure situations. Welcome, Sir. (Photo: AP)
Hardik Pandya: The find of IPL 2015, he could be an effective No 7 batsman as well as the first change seamer. Pandya has the ability to clear the rope. (Photo: BCCI)
Hardik Pandya: The find of IPL 2015, he could be an effective No 7 batsman as well as the first change seamer. Pandya has the ability to clear the rope. (Photo: BCCI)
R Ashwin: His economy rate in T20 (7.27) speaks volumes of his calibre to keep the batsman quiet. A champion spinner apart from being an effective lower order batsman. (Photo: AP)
R Ashwin: His economy rate in T20 (7.27) speaks volumes of his calibre to keep the batsman quiet. A champion spinner apart from being an effective lower order batsman. (Photo: AP)
Pawan Negi: He has been Dhoni's boy for Chennai Super Kings in IPL and Champions League T20. The all-rounder is a surprise selection. (Photo: BCCI)
Pawan Negi: He has been Dhoni's boy for Chennai Super Kings in IPL and Champions League T20. The all-rounder is a surprise selection. (Photo: BCCI)
Harbhajan Singh: The veteran off-spinner is still in the thick of things, his appearance in the final eleven is doubtful but his experience will count in the dressing room. (Photo: AP)
Harbhajan Singh: The veteran off-spinner is still in the thick of things, his appearance in the final eleven is doubtful but his experience will count in the dressing room. (Photo: AP)
Jasprit Bumrah: More than his bowling, his sling action turned heads. He grabbed six wickets in the first three T20 matches, against Australia, in his career. (Photo: AP)
Jasprit Bumrah: More than his bowling, his sling action turned heads. He grabbed six wickets in the first three T20 matches, against Australia, in his career. (Photo: AP)
Ashish Nehra: He is about to turn 37 but still runs in and hits the deck. India needed an experience customer in the pace bowling department. (Photo: AP)
Ashish Nehra: He is about to turn 37 but still runs in and hits the deck. India needed an experience customer in the pace bowling department. (Photo: AP)
Mohammad Shami: He is fast, he can swing and he is India's best bowler in the tournament. Injuries kept him out after a successful ICC World Cup in 2015 but now, he will be hungry for wickets. (Photo: AP)
Mohammad Shami: He is fast, he can swing and he is India's best bowler in the tournament. Injuries kept him out after a successful ICC World Cup in 2015 but now, he will be hungry for wickets. (Photo: AP)