India extraordinary anticipates that veteran player should miss T20 World Cup
Previous India skipper Sunil Gavaskar accepts experienced opener Shikhar Dhawan is probably not going to work his direction back into dispute and component at the current year’s ICC Men’s T20 World Cup.
Dhawan has proactively played at two T20 World Cups for India in 2014 and 2016 and some great structure at the current year’s IPL competition had seen his name push once more into the choice spotlight.
However, the left-hander was ignored for the new five-game series against South Africa, with selectors rather deciding on relative rookies Ruturaj Gaikwad and Ishan Kishan with regulars Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul sidelined.
Dhawan additionally passed up choice for the impending white-ball visit through the United Kingdom, that initiates with two matches against Ireland not long from now.
While there are waiting worries over the wellness of best option opener Rahul, Gavaskar doesn’t anticipate that Dhawan should be in the blend to come to a third T20 World Cup in October.
“No. I don’t see his name springing up,” a dull Gavaskar told Star Sports.
“On the off chance that it needed to spring up, it would have been in this crew (to play Ireland).
“A great deal of folks have gone to England and he might have been in this crew.