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5 Destructive Batsmen, who can be a part of the Indian Team in the upcoming T20 World Cup

These players have been consistent for the respective teams they are playing for some good time now.

Rishabh Pant
Rishabh Pant. (photo by Alan Martin/Action Plus via Getty Images)

Amidst all the chaos and hearsays, the Cricket World Cup 2019 has finally ended with the home team England, lifting the cup. The high-profile tournament was full of havoc and thrillers and eventually finished in a way, which no cricket aficionado would’ve ever expected. Howbeit, the extravaganza didn’t turn out to be really great for the Indian team as they were knocked out in the semi-finals of the tournament. The team’s ICC tournaments’ woes continued and they failed to lift the silverware for yet another time.

Nevertheless, another ICC tournament i.e. the 7th edition of the T20I World Cup awaits for the Indian team and all other top cricketing nations. Team India, which hasn’t been able to get its hands over the coveted trophy of ICC tournaments after 2013, will like to enter the tournament with full preparations. The championship will begin on 18 October 2020 and will last till November 15, 2020.

Hence, the Men In Blue, have a lot of time to prepare for the tournament and form a core team. Ever since the inception of the Indian Premier League, the country has produced innumerable no. of T20 talents and is still doing so. And as the WT20 2020 is inching closer, the team will like to solve its middle-order woes and pick some destructive batsmen who can turn out to be handy in the upcoming event.

Here, we’ll have a look at some of those batsmen

1. Suryakumar Yadav

Suryakumar Yadav
Suryakumar Yadav. (Photo: IANS)

The shining star of Indian cricket, Suryakumar Yadav, is one of the finest talents going around in the Indian circuit. The right-handed batsman made his First-Class debut during 2010, wherein, he top-scored for his team and there’s been no looking back since then. During the Ranji season, the lad impressed a lot of viewers and eventually got an IPL contract in the following year which lasted for 3 years.

After 2013, he moved to the Kolkata Knight Riders and turned out to be a major part of the team because of his invaluable cameos down the order. During IPL 11, he was again bought back by the Mumbai Indians and went on to become the highest run-scorer for the team in that season.

The 28-year old is a very talented bloke and has quite a good game for spinners. The Mumbai-born has a beautiful wrist work and is technically blessed. He is one the verge of getting selected in the Indian team and we might see him playing for India on the highest level in the next T20I World Cup.

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