Rohit Sharma says nobody’s guaranteed a ticket to England

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"That finishing touch is very, very important in this format". "So, things he does brings a lot on the table for us and his presence around the group is a massive factor for us", Rohit added.

The vice-captain of the Indian team, Rohit Sharma, in a press conference in Sydney, said that the Indian squad for the World Cup is more or less decided.

Carey, however, is also an aggressive opening batsman in domestic T20 cricket and Finch said the selectors wanted to see what options they had in their batting order as they prepare for their World Cup defence in England later this year. We've to be in prime form. "Each and every player who will be taking part in the World Cup is aware of the fact that we need to keep performing and make sure that we are ready for the World cup", the Hitman told the media. However, Sharma acknowledges that "there will be one or two changes keeping in mind form and injury concerns over the next few months". 30-July 14 World Cup, but they are arguably under more scrutiny than ever before.

"It's just an opportunity to see Alex play in a position he's done quite bit in Big Bash and one-day cricket", Finch told reporters on Friday, where he added that Peter Siddle would make his return to ODI cricket for the first time in eight years.

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Quicks Josh Hazlewood, Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc have all been rested from the three-match series which starts on Saturday at he SCG. Their bowling lineup can put us under pressure without a doubt.

"We are still waiting for a decision to be made but from the Indian cricket team point of view, this changes nothing in terms of our beliefs in the change room".

On the eve of first ODI, Dhoni with other Indian cricketers opted for the indoor-training session due to rain. Ritika Sajdeh and Rohit Welcome a Baby Girl. In doing so, he missed the Sydney Test but returned in time for celebrations with the team which clinched a maiden series win on Australian soil.

Kedar Jadhav, Yuzvendra Chahal and Khaleel Ahmed have also joined the Indian team camp.

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