Wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant and left-arm wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav have been selected in India's squad for the tour of the West Indies which gets underway on June 23. Opener Rohit Sharma and fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah are the only members from the Champions Trophy squad who won't be making the trip to the Caribbean.
Beginning on June 23 at the Queen's Park Oval, India play five one-dayers against West Indies followed by a solitary Twenty20 global on July 9 at Jamaica's Sabina Park. Both had a great Indian Premier League campaign in 2017 and the call ups might be a result of those performances.
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Pant has had the cricket community excited with his aggressive batting, which included a 326-ball 308 in the Ranji Trophy last season.
It was his crucial first-day strikes which helped India win the Test series against the Kangaroos. The 22-year-old from Kanpur in northern India also put in a strong showing for his IPL side Kolkata Knight Riders.
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The Indian team are presently in England playing in the Champions Trophy. The incumbent Anil Kumble's contract ends with the Champions Trophy and India have advertised for a new coach, as opposed to extending Kumble's tenure without further interviews.
Though the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is mum over Kumble's future with the team, the coach is likely to accompany the team for this brief tour.
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