Legendry England cricketer, Geoffrey Boycott, has praised Indian team‘s potential in the ODI format as he emphasized that they defending champions have pretty good chances of retaining the World Cup title going to be held next year next year. He said “India are so good at one-day cricket that they have nothing to fear from any side in the world. They really are a match for anyone. They have talented players, they have attacking batsmen, and plenty of them. MS Dhoni – one of the best batsmen in the world – comes in after the main batsmen; Suresh Raina is outstanding; Virat Kohli is yet to perform but will make the team; and then the lower order – Ravindra Jadeja, R Ashwin – all can bat. That means they’ve got plenty of bowlers, they’ve got variety with a left-arm spinner and offspinner – once again Jadeja, Ashwin – and they’ve also got late-order backing. Particularly appreciating the versatile Indian Captain he said “They have a captain who never panics, even if he’s under pressure. He’s a great leader and never lets you see he’s rattled, even if he is. He’s composed, self-assured and confident in what he’s doing.”