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India drop Dhoni from T20 squad against West Indies, Australia

India drop Dhoni from T20 squad against West Indies, Australia 

India drop Dhoni from T20 squad against West Indies, Australia

India drop Dhoni from T20 squad against West Indies, Australia 


MUMBAI: Former chief Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been dropped from India's Twenty20 squad for their matches against West Indies and Australia, raising genuine questions about the long-serving wicketkeeper's future in the briefest configuration of the diversion.
India's main selector MSK Prasad, be that as it may, said the 37-year-old has been refreshed and his T20 vocation was not finished. 
"He's not going to play in the six T20s here and in Australia since we are taking a gander at a second wicketkeeper," Prasad told columnists. 
"That will be between Rishabh Pant and Dinesh Karthik, so they will get an opportunity to keep and bat." 
Dhoni reported his sudden retirement from test cricket halfway through an Australia arrangement in 2014, with the Boxing Day coordinate in Melbourne being the remainder of his 90 appearances in the more drawn out organization. 
He has kept on contending in constrained overs internationals yet questions have been asked by the nearby media if Dhoni, will's identity 38 out of 2019, will, in any case, be in the side at one year from now's one-day World Cup in England and Wales. 
Dhoni was once viewed as India's best finisher and no objection was regarded distant with the limit hitting right-hander at the wrinkle. He has scored 1487 keeps running from 93 T20 internationals, at a strike-rate of more than 127. 
Despite the fact that he remains especially fit and his glove work is still of the most noteworthy quality, conclusions are separated about whether age is reducing his batting. 
The 21-year-old Pant, be that as it may, has been making his check with his swashbuckling batting and India's selectors could as of now be preparing for one year from now's World Cup as well as the World Twenty20 the next year in Australia. 
Rohit Sharma will lead the side without rested customary skipper Virat Kohli for the three-coordinate arrangement against West Indies, which starts on Nov. 4. 
Kohli will return for the voyage through Australia where India begins with the three T20s against Australia before playing tests and ODIs.

India drop Dhoni from T20 squad against West Indies, Australia 

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