After securing their first T20I series win ever in New Zealand, India captain Virat Kohli had hinted that Washington Sundar or Navdeep Saini might be included in the playing XI for the subsequent matches.
India dropped two catches in an over while defending 170 runs against the West Indies in the 2nd T20I.
Former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh criticised India's fielding effort against the West Indies in the first T20I of the three-match series in Hyderabad.
Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy: Karnataka defended their title as they managed a one-run win over Tamil Nadu in a thrilling final.
India vs Bangladesh: The spin duo of Yuzvendra Chahal (2/28) and Washington Sundar (1/25) played a big role in stemming the run flow after Bangladesh got off to a fine start.
India vs Bangladesh: Rohit Sharma led from the front and played a match winning knock of 85 runs off just 43 balls.
Sujith Wilson, a two-year-old boy, died after being trapped in a borewell in Tamil Nadu's Tiruchirappalli for over 80 hours.
Virat Kohli on Monday revealed who according to him is the "biggest boss".
India won both T20 Internationals played in Florida and the action now shifts to Guyana.
India captain Virat Kohli hailed Washington Sundar's performance, saying the "fitter, leaner" 19-year-old showed outstanding composure in India's clinical win.
KL Rahul made both his India A and India debuts in Australia.
Jasprit Bumrah fractured his left thumb during India's first T20I against Ireland.
Jasprit Bumrah sustained an injury to his left thumb while fielding in the first T20I against Ireland in Dublin on Wednesday.
Yuzvendra Chahal continued his fine bowling form in the Nidahas Trophy 2018 as well.
The Tamil Nadu bowler bowled 11 of his 16 overs in the powerplays and admitted that it is a challenge for a spinner to bowl with field restrictions, but the key to success is to face those challenges and overcome them.
The off-spinner returned 3/22 to break the backbone of the Bangladeshi line-up helping India defend 176/3 and qualify for the final of the Nidahas T20 tri-series, also involving Sri Lanka.
It was Rohit Sharma's 89 that took India to a competitive 176 for three in 20 overs and then Washington Sundar (3/22) blew away Bangladesh.