The Australia series may have been devoid of jeopardy but the next batch of youngsters coming through the system have done well
The squad for the T20I series against Australia will be announced later. After a hiatus of nine years, India will play two Tests on home soil.
Rinku, Yashasvi and Jitesh's performances have been highlights so far as hosts seal T20I series against Australia.
The BCCI selection committee, which met here on Thursday, also decided to make pace spearhead Jasprit Bumrah as Rohit Sharma's deputy in the two-Test series beginning on December 26 in Centurion.
The duo are making a strong case for themselves to be the first names in the T20I India team sheet.
Skipper Matthew Wade remained not out on a crucial 28 off 16 balls. Leg-spinner Ravi Bishnoi took two wickets for India.
Opener Jaiswal led the charge of India's young brigade with a sparkling 53 off 25 balls, guiding India to a massive 235 for four in the company of Ishan (52 off 32 balls) and Gaikwad (58 off 43 balls)
Fewer than 100 hours post the World Cup final, both finalists get ready to joust again, this time in the five-match T20I series
Rinku Singh, in his first knock for India at the international level, looked comfortable and ready.
Arshdeep started quietly in the powerplay even as he tried to swing the ball back, hitting the hard lengths, but Prasidh did not take time to make an impact on his debut.
The 29-year-old Bumrah is coming back after undergoing surgery to treat the lower-back stress fractures he had suffered during a home series against Australia ahead of the T20 World Cup, last year.
India might have lost the match badly and deserve all the flak for the same, but the bigger picture is that the likes of Gill, Kishan and Varma aren't the future.
Ever since he was ruled out of the 2022 Asia Cup, Bumrah's back injury and his return have been the 0ne of the hottest topics in Indian cricket.
The team that went to the T20 World Cup in South Africa without a head coach, is set to get one really soon.
One could sense the beginning of the rivalry. With old guards of most of the women’s teams hanging up their boots, it looks like the next generation is ready to fill those competitive shoes.
In the bowling department, leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal will lead the group of young pacers including Umran Malik, Avesh Khan, Mukesh Kumar, and Arshdeep Singh.
The 24-year-old is the first from the state and the tribal community to get selected for the Indian women's team.
The 24-year-old’s love affair with the game began at age 10 when she used to join neighbourhood boys playing in rice fields near her home.
As per the itinerary released by the BCB, the three T20Is between India and Bangladesh will be held on July 9, 11, and 13 with a start of 2 pm as per Dhaka time.