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India squad for Australia series to be picked on February 15

NEW DELHI: Workload management of the celebrities will be on best of the thoughts when the BCCI selectors meet in Mumbai on Friday to select the Indian squad for the white-ball sequence in opposition to Australia.

The Indian workforce is ready to play two T20Is and five ODIs in opposition to the Aussies in what is ready to be the ultimate set of international video games that the boys get ahead of going into the 2019 World Cup in England, beginning on May 30. The only apply they'll get after this is within the Indian Premier League.

The Selection committee will take a look at conserving the proper stability as they would not only want to give the senior guys plentiful rest ahead of going into the showpiece tournament but also wouldn't want to give the Australians the higher hand in what will be the ultimate sequence ahead of the World Cup. India has been playing ceaselessly out of the country and the fast-bowling pack has had no actual rest.

BCCI assets stated: "Workload management of the senior players will certainly be the main area of debate as everyone knows that the Indians were on the road and the selectors and workforce management have made a aware effort to be sure that the players get plentiful rest between video games and sequence.

"Like you saw, common skipper Virat Kohli was rested for the back end of the New Zealand sequence. You might see Rohit Sharma rested for some video games here.

"But it is also important to note that the Indians would want to keep the foot on the pedal and ensure that they don't give the Australians any momentum going into the World Cup. A good series against India would mean a confidence booster for the team. So there has to be a balance, so that the composition of the team is not affected," he defined.

While Rishabh Pant is nearly positive to get extra sport time, it is going to be attention-grabbing to look if somebody like Ajinkya Rahane will get one ultimate move to seal a spot within the World Cup squad. In the bowling department too, Jasprit Bumrah is nearly positive to make a comeback after a well-earned rest right through the New Zealand sequence.

In fact, head coach Ravi Shastri has already made it transparent that players will be monitored even right through the IPL.

"We've been in touch with the BCCI and CoA in this regard. We have certain plans in place and we'll be looking to follow them. Usually, the two months of IPL are seen as relatively free months for me and I can just sit down and enjoy the cricket, watch out for new, young talent that keep emerging. But this IPL will be about monitoring the players, keeping the World Cup in mind," he stated in a up to date interview.

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