4. Anmolpreet Singh
Former people who don’t even have clue on him, he represents Punjab side in domestic formats. He ended up scoring over 753 runs in the previous edition of Ranji trophy.
A fantastic fielder and a reliable right-handed batsman can also be one of the options for the opening slot for India. He was the fourth highest run scorer for the side last year and scored three centuries in the process.
He was the chief architect behind India’s road to final earlier this year in the under-19 world cup. With age still in his bag, he can be that ‘future prospect’ india has been looking for.
All the above players except Dhawan were the stars of Ranji trophy last year and it would definitely be one of the most – awaited moments for them if given a chance in the absence of Prithvi Shaw.
India will face Australia in the much anticipated four match test series starting December 6. All eye on the top-ranked test side, if they could decimate a depleted Australian side who have been ‘puzzled’ after their recent awful performances.