Top-Five Indians to Watch Out For in Zimbabwe
Ajinkya Rahane will lead a young team in Zimbabwe. Time for India to test their bench strength.
Harbhajan Singh returns to the Indian ODI side after four years. He has played 229 ODIs taking 259 wickets, including three five-wicket hauls.
Ambati Rayudu will look to grab the opportunity in absence of senior players. In 29 ODIs, Rayudu has scored one century and five fifties.
Robin Uthappa made his India debut in 2006, but the right-handed batsman is yet to prove his credentials. Uthappa will look to make it count in the short tour of Zimbabwe. He has six fifties under his belt.
Right-arm pacer Sandeep Sharma has been impressive in the Indian Premier League. In 29 matches over three IPL season, Sandeep has bagged 39 wickets at 21.1.
Ajinkya Rahane's consistency with the bat has elevated him to captaincy. He was dropped for the last two ODIs against Bangladesh but will be keen to correct things. Rahane averages 30 with two tons and nine fifties.