India’s captain Virat Kohli and wicket-keeper batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni are the two most crucial members of the squad. Comprising of a good mix of youth and seniors, the men in blue are eager to shine in the forthcoming 10-team tournament set to commence from May 30 in England and Wales.
Former Indian cricketer Kapil Dev was recently found stressing on the consequentiality of the aforementioned players. The World Cup winning captain believes that the two cricketers have made India proud time and again and are ‘unmatchable players’.
Extending his argument, the 60-year-old added that Dhoni and Kohli have the experience and prowess to aid India lift the prestigious World Cup title but others will have to back them well.
The Chandigarh born has high hopes from a strong Indian team as he believes that the Indian unit contains the right balance for the 10-team tournament. India’s World Cup campaign will be witnessed commencing against South Africa on June 4 at Cardiff.