Amid the competition of getting into the national side, there are many existing players too who have now become a liability for the Indian side.
One needs specific skills to relish in the role of a 'finisher', whose job involves taking stock of the situation and adjusting his/her game as per the demands.
The Men in Blue have never won a T20I series in New Zealand. Hence, the five-match T20I series is a big opportunity for Kohli and Co to script history.
While the focus was largely on the 50-over World Cup of 2019 till June, now all of that focus has shifted to the T20 World Cup of 2020.
T20 is not an easy format to play and some players found that out the hard way.
Only a handful of players from their first T20I game are still part of the national side.
T20 format was just an experiment to start with. However, it received worldwide recognition with the passage of time.
India needs to address these issues soon before time runs out.
Most of the teams used this format to rest their top players during this decade.
Earlier, the players used to neglect T20 cricket to improve their game in the other two formats.