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15 March 2011

ICC Cricket World Cup 2011: Cricket Fan’s proposed Team India for ‘India v/s West Indies’ match to be held on 20 Mar in Chennai:


ICC Cricket World Cup 2011: Cricket Fan’s proposed Team India for ‘India v/s West Indies’ match to be held on 20 Mar in Chennai: 


We love 'Team India’ and have strong faith in the Indian captain MS Dhoni. We wish that Team India wins the forthcoming world-cup match against West Indies scheduled to be held on 20 March 2011 in Chennai. 


We will honor the team going to be finalized by captain Dhoni and strongly believe that the team selected by Dhoni will be the best possible configuration of Indian players to win the match.  


Nevertheless, we as the well-wishers and dedicated Indian citizens also have a draft team in our mind. “Discover Life” thinks that the following 'Team India' would be fine for playing with the West Indies in the crucial ICC Cricket World Cup Match going to be held on 20 March 2011 in Channai.  

“Discover Life” thinks that the following 'Team India' would be fine for playing with the West Indies in the crucial ICC Cricket World Cup Match going to be held on 20 March 2011 in Channai.  
  1. Virender Sehwag, VC  Opening batsman
  2. Sachin Tendulkar Top-order batsman
  3. Gautam Gambhir  Opening batsman
  4. Yuvraj Singh  Mid-order batsman
  5. MS Dhoni, C     WK / batsman
  6. Virat Kohli     Mid-order batsman
  7. Yusuf Pathan    All-rounder
  8. Harbhajan Singh  Bowler
  9. Zaheer Khan  Bowler
  10. Sreesanth     Bowler
  11. Ravichandran Ashwin  Bowler
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Caution: This is an imaginary cricket world-cup team proposed by "Discover Life" and not the official team selected by the Indian Captain. 
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- Harish Jharia
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