Kuldeep Yadav has earned his place back in the T20I and ODI squads for the forthcoming home series against West Indies. He last played the ODI series in August and was out from T20I squad for a long time.
The chinaman was not included in the T20I squad for the home series against South Africa and Bangladesh as new youngsters were given chances. Chief selector MSK Prasad had earlier said that they are just trying different combinations in keeping the view of the next year’s T20 World Cup.
Kuldeep Yadav has played 18 T20Is and 53 ODIs for India. He has picked 96 wickets in ODIs and 35 wickets in T20Is. He was also the part of the ICC World Cup 2019. In that mega event, he played seven matches and picked six wickets.
Kulcha back again – Kuldeep Yadav
After a long time, the ‘Kulcha’ partnership will be seen again in the cricket field. The spinning pair has shown successful performances for the country. The left-arm spinner is also excited to play with his partner. On social media, Kuldeep posted the picture with Yuzvendra Chahal and marked his return to the team
In February 2019, Chahal played T20I series against Australia after which he got back the place in playing XI in this month during the T20I series against Bangladesh. In the three-match T20I series against Bangladesh, Chahal picked up four wickets. Chahal has played 34 T20Is and picked up 50 wickets for the team. He is selected in the squad against West Indies.
After Bangladesh Test series, India will head to play three-match T20I and three-match ODI series against West Indies, starting from 6th December.
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