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  1. KL Rahul:

With four half-centuries in the series so far, Rahul has silenced his critics in some style with his elegant stroke play. For India and more importantly for him to reach the next level, it’ll be imperative for Rahul to convert his half-century into a big one, which can decimate Australia with precision. Being a fluent stroke maker, Rahul should relish the prospect of batting at Dharamsala. Though he needs to be a little vigilant for the first hour or so.

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