Vengsarkar sounds alarm to seniors

Updated: 06 November 2007 14:43 IST

After India's 47 run loss to Australia in Hyderabad on Friday there's a warning of sorts for the senior Indian players from the chief selector.

Vengsarkar sounds alarm to seniors
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New Delhi:

After India's 47 run loss to Australia in Hyderabad on Friday there's a warning of sorts for the senior Indian players from the chief selector Dilip Vengsarkar.

The Chairman of Selectors Dilip Vengsarkar who spoke to Mumbai based newspaper Mid Day aired his concerns.

"There are many players like S Badrinath and Suresh Raina who are performing with the India A side. These guys are waiting for their chance and you can't ignore them. It's a professional set-up and nobody can take their place for granted in the side," Dilip Vengsarkar told the newspaper.

The BCCI announced the team for the next two ODIs against Australia on Friday. The only change in the side was the inclusion of Murali Kartik, in place of Ramesh Powar.

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