Virat Kohli to play landmark 200th ODI in Mumbai

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The wrist spin factor An objective deconstruction could be the arrival of spin twins Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal, and their tango in tandem. He was followed by his opening partner Ajinkya Rahane who scored a brilliant 244 runs with an average close to 50 and held the second spot in list oh highest run-getters for India in the series.

"We played them last time and we know what they'll bring to the table and we know what they're capable of as a bowling unit". The duo accounted for 13 wickets between them, from just four matches, and were responsible for at least three of India's four victories. And he likes playing there as well, it gives him freedom to go after the bowlers. We got Dinesh, who is used to playing in the middle-order, who is more comfortable and more aware of how to bat in the middle order. When the Indian skipper will play at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai for the first ODI match against New Zealand on 22 October, the match will be his 200th match in limited over series.

Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli has said the team management did not want to force opener KL Rahul into the middle order in the upcoming three-match ODI series against New Zealand and thus opted for a middle-order specialist in Dinesh Karthik. Repeating that performance could be easier said than done as India have a different team, a different captain, and not least, a different attack. "He knows whenever someone is not going through a good phase or if there is injury, he is right at the doorstep waiting to play a game whenever the team requires him to".

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India opener Rohit Sharma also saw a fall in his rankings. It is a rhythm thing. "It has been a combination of both; giving guys chances as well as understanding the workload of bowlers who have played for a while", he said. That can hamper the most important format for us i.e Test cricket. "This should not be an area where players are changed according to form, you need to look at all aspects in terms of how many games you are playing, how much rest you are getting", Kohli said. Contrary to things being said, we understand the dynamics of the team going forward. With batsmen it is very different; with bowlers it is even more hard.

"Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja have played limited-overs cricket for the last six-seven years". These youngsters have stepped up, and it creates a strong pool for us before the World Cup. "So, we are very happy with it".