10. Abhinav Mukund

Abhinav Mukund is an Indian opening left-handed batter who played for Tamil Nadu in the domestic circuit. He has his highest first-class score of 300* and he is a player with temperament and he could remain in the crease for a long time producing runs.

9. Jackson Bird

Jackson Bird is an Australian Test bowler who is known for his high-arm action and for hitting the pitch hard. He took 100 wickets in just about 20 odd matches in first-class cricket which made him visible for the selector’s eyes.

8. Rahul Sharma

He has played 71 matches in IPL and has taken 63 wickets with an economy of 7.4. In batting, he has a strike rate of 125 and the highest score of 66. He should be a good buy if any team requires an experienced all-rounder.

7. Vijay Shankar

He last represented India in the 2016 World Cup against West Indies and was dropped from the squad later. He suddenly rose to fame by playing the World Cup and more suddenly by the downfall he experienced.

6. Keaton Jennings

This 29-year-old player made his debut against India at Wankhede in 2016 and became the 101st cricketer to score a century on his Test debut. He hit his highest runs of 146 against Sri Lanka in 2018. In his 32 Test Innings, he managed to hit just two centuries and a half-century.

5. Shivam Dube

Shivam Dube is an Indian all-rounder who bowls Right-arm-medium and is a left-handed batter. He is capable of hitting huge sixes and he bowls some handy medium-paced overs. This 25-year-old cricketer made his debut in T20I in 2019 against Bangladesh.

4. Matt Renshaw

He was dropped from the team due to his lack of form in the later matches. He was soon replaced by other batters in the Australian side and has not come back yet after his last match in 2018.

3. Parvez Rasool

He was given a T20I chance in 2017 against England where he dismissed their captain Eoin Morgan and he bowled with conceding 32 runs in 4 overs. As the better Bowling all-rounder, Ravi Jadeja cemented his spot in the team, other players like Rasool didn’t get much of a chance to play for the country.

2. Varun Aaron

Varun Aaron, the right-arm-fast-bowler who was portrayed high by the Indian coaches for his express pace debuted for the Indian side way back in 2011. He is one of the very few fastest bowlers in the country.

1. Karun Nair

Karun Nair, the Indian batter carved his name in the hall of fame by hitting 303* runs in just 381 balls against England in a Test match which was held at Chennai. He became only the second Indian batter after Virender Sehwag to hit 300 runs.