England Defeats India. What's next for Indian Cricket?

England Defeats India. What's next for Indian Cricket?

India's men's cricket team was defeated by the England men's cricket team on 10 November at Adelaide stadium during the ongoing ICC Men's T20 World Cup. England won by 10 wickets. This defeat has raised questions about the T20 squad of the Indian Men's cricket team. Indian cricket team has to look into the future as well now, and it looks likely that young talents like Umran Malik and Shahbaz Ahmed would make a comeback to this Indian side. Players like Rishabh Pant, Suryakumar Yadav and Arshdeep Singh seem would also be cementing their place into India's top-tier team. Indian selectors would also need to work upon would be building a core team of 15 to 20 players are all-formats, this means that this would basically be India's core team which would function across all formats and minor changes would be done to it, basically opposite looking than India's strategy for individual teams or A to C teams. Indian cricket would need to divest from the night-stardom players it has been looking for from the IPL. One last thing, Indian cricket would need to focus on would be players' fitness. India suffered hugely from missing out on players like Jasprit Bumrah and Ravindra Jadeja, although they are some of the fittest sports professionals around. Overall, there would be a need to have more investment into players' fitness ensuring there won't be any major losses in important tournaments like the present Cricket world cup going forward.
India's men's cricket team was defeated by the England men's cricket team on 10 November at Adelaide stadium during the ongoing ICC Men's T20 World Cup. England won by 10 wickets. This defeat has raised questions about the T20 squad of the Indian Men's cricket team. Indian cricket team has to look into the future as well now, and it looks likely that young talents like Umran Malik and Shahbaz Ahmed would make a comeback to this Indian side. Players like Rishabh Pant, Suryakumar Yadav and Arshdeep Singh seem would also be cementing their place into India's top-tier team. Indian selectors would also need to work upon would be building a core team of 15 to 20 players are all-formats, this means that this would basically be India's core team which would function across all formats and minor changes would be done to it, basically opposite looking than India's strategy for individual teams or A to C teams. Indian cricket would need to divest from the night-stardom players it has been looking for from the IPL. One last thing, Indian cricket would need to focus on would be players' fitness. India suffered hugely from missing out on players like Jasprit Bumrah and Ravindra Jadeja, although they are some of the fittest sports professionals around. Overall, there would be a need to have more investment into players' fitness ensuring there won't be any major losses in important tournaments like the present Cricket world cup going forward.
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