But what has become the talk of the town is the fact that KL Rahul has been axed. There is a total of six matches, three ODI's and three T20I's. Rahul was included in the limited-overs series against Australia but didn't feature in the playing XI even in a single match. We will see how it goes [as far as his batting position is concerned]. Shikhar Dhawan, who had sought leave for the Australia ODIs to be with his ill wife, also returned to the 15-man squad. We are open to different combinations and options. But if you have to win against the best of the teams, you have to play the best you've got, Ashwin and Kuldeep can make a deadly spin combination which can win matches for India and also Ashwin can lead the pack with the bucket loads of experience he has got in worldwide cricket unlike Kuldeep who has had his nervy moments while bowling against the Aussies.
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