A vital cog of the Indian bowling attack in limited-overs cricket in the lead-up to the 50-over World Cup in 2019, the two wrist spinners have seen their stocks decline recently.
Virat Kohli and VVS Laxman led the way in wishing India's veteran off-spinner Harbhajan Singh on his 41st birthday.
Former Indian batsman VVS Laxman picked Jacques Kallis as the Greatest Of All Time all-rounder of the 21st century in Test cricket.
India vs New Zealand WTC Final: Second session may very well determine course of game, says VVS Laxman
Former India batsman VVS Laxman praised Mohammed Shami and said the pacer has been rewarded for his excellent bowling.
India vs New Zealand WTC Final: Ravichandran Ashwin will be my first-choice spinner, says VVS Laxman
Laxman believes all-rounder Jadeja is a complete package for him but Ashwin should be the first-choice spinner in the summit clash.
Laxman, a veteran of 134 Tests, also felt that India start as 'favourite' in the marquee clash due to the depth, experience and talent they have in the squad.
Players like Hardik Pandya have been compared with legendary Kapil Dev, the country's first World Cup-winning captain.
Chasing a modest 151-run target, SRH could manage only 137 in 19.4 overs as their batsmen struggled to score runs in the middle overs on Saturday.
Former India batting coach Sanjay Bangar said there is still a lot of time before the T20 World Cup and lot of players can make it to the squad.
Prithvi Shaw scored mammoth 800-plus runs in 8 innings in the Vijay Hazare Trophy but still failed to book a spot in India's ODI squad.
Buttler played a sensational knock of 83 from 52 balls to chase down the target of 157 quite comfortably.
Pant has been in terrific form in Tests and played a key role in India's win in Sydney and Brisbane against Australia and the fourth Test against England in Ahmedabad.
Yadav has been picked in the Indian 19-member squad for their five-match T20I series against England which starts on March 12.
Pant played a match-winning knock of 101 runs against England in the first innings of the fourth Test against England and this helped the hosts to win the series 3-1.
Aswin, 34, also became the second fastest bowler to reach the land-mark after Sri Lanka spin wizard Muttiah Muralitharan.