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Indian Players Waiting for Debut in 2023

The Indian cricket squad is moving in a new direction. The amount of people who come to the national team's door has risen with each passing season. As a result, very few people can be said to have a spot in the team locked up. While seniority should be taken into account, it is unethical to ignore how young players are performing. As a result, commencing in 2023, the Indian team may undergo radical changes.

The BCC may make a number of significant choices, including appointing Hardik Pandya as the new T20 captain in place of Rohit Sharma. India intends to confine Virat Kohli, KL Rahul, and Rohit Sharma to ODIs while developing the next generation in T20. Let's have a look at the five players that are now waiting to join the Indian team in 2023.

Abhimanyu Easwaran

 One player who need to be taken into consideration for India's Test opening line is Abhimanyu Easwaran. India is contemplating Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, and Shubman Gill for the opening position among foreign pitches. But given the likelihood that Rohit Sharma will soon retire, Abhimanyu Iswaran is the player that India might take into consideration. Abhimanyu has been involved with India's A squad actively, but he hasn't been able to join the senior Indian team. Eshwar has a distinguished first-class cricket resume. In 76 games, Abhimanyu amassed 5278 runs at an average of 43.61. The 27-year-old star may get the opportunity to make his debut in the following year.


KS Bharat

 An Andhra Pradesh native who bats as the wicket keeper is KS Bharat. Along with Rishabh Pant and Sanju Samson, Bharath is most likely to serve as India's backup keeper in Test matches. Bharath was able to replace the original wicketkeeper earlier, but he was not able to make the starting 11. Bharat amassed 4425 runs at an average of 37 in 82 appearances of first-class cricket. has 282 catches to go along with 82 stumpings. Bharat is a player that provides India optimism in both ODIs and Test matches.

Yaswasi Jaiswal

Yaswasi Jaiswal is a celebrity who excelled in under-19 cricket as she grew up. At such a young age, the left-handed opener has everyone's attention. In seven matches of first-class cricket, Jaiswal scored 1015 runs. In List A, Jaiswal has scored 1511 runs in 32 games. Jaiswal excels for the Rajasthan Royals in the IPL as well. In all three formats, Jaiswal is a valuable asset for India. India doesn't have many left-handers, so Jaiswal's success offers optimism.

Sarfaraz Khan

For India's Test team, a capable middle-order batter is important. Sarfaraz Khan is a player who can be considered for middle order, especially in a situation where some of the players are getting into their late 30s and are out of form. The left-handed batsman's recent form has been excellent. Sarfaraz Khan shone at an average of 81.33 in first-class cricket. This will include 10 centuries and eight fifties. Looking ahead to the future of Indian cricket, there is a high possibility that India will consider Sarfaraz Khan in the team next year.

Yash Dubey

Yash Dubey is a right handed batsman who plays for Madhya Pradesh. The 23 year old promising player had a wonderful Ranji Trophy in 2022. The promising youngster scored 614 runs at an average of 76.75. He had scored two centuries in the tournament which included a double century (289) against Kerala and 133 against Mumbai in the finals. 



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