2. Yuzvendra Chahal
The one half of the ‘Kulcha’ has been a revelation in the limited-overs side for Team India. In 54 ODIs, Chahal has snapped 92 wickets whereas he has picked 59 wickets in 45 T20s. Despite being a constant part of the limited-overs side over the years, Chahal has never been picked for the Test side.
With the number of injuries hovering around Jadeja and Ashwin, the Chetan Sharma led selection committee might just give the leg spinner from Haryana a maiden call up for the longer format of the game. Though his selection has one negative and that being, Chahal last played a First-Class game in 2018 which means he lacks match practice for bowling those long spells which is why there is an extremely bleak chance of Chahal receiving a call-up.