As per the ICC rules, changes in the 15-member preliminary squad are permitted till May 23.
On whether the absence of regular captain Virat Kohli is an opportunity for players like him, as suggested by former skipper Kapil Dev, Jadhav said the observation is not completely off the mark.
Jadhav dismissed set batsmen Tamim Iqbal and Mushfiqur Rahim after their 121-run stand to get India back on track in the second semi-final.
Jadhav did not get to bat in India's opening warm-up against New Zealand yesterday but still was able to learn a lot from the sidelines.
Kohli led from the front with a typical 122 off 105 balls with Kedar Jadhav stepping up too, scoring 120 off just 76 deliveries.
Kohli and Jadhav rattled up a sensational 200-run partnership to set up the platform after England set the hosts a stiff 351-run target.