The All-India Senior Selection Committee on Thursday named wicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik as the trade for Manish Pandey for the up and coming ICC Champions Trophy 2017 to be held in England and Wales from June 1.
The All-India Senior Selection Committee on Thursday named wicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik as the trade for Manish Pandey for the up and coming ICC Champions Trophy 2017 to be held in England and Wales from June 1. According to the BCCI articulation, Pandey managed a left side strain amid a practice session. Karthik has had a stunning keep running with the bat and gloves in the tenth version of the Indian Premier League. The wicket-attendant batsman scored 361 keeps running in 14 matches at a normal of 36.10.
Karthik was the piece of the successful Indian group which won the last version of the ICC Champions Trophy in 2013.
Pandey, who was not some portion of the playing XI in the last three ODIs that India played against England, was held in the squad.
The news has likewise come as a noteworthy blow for Kolkata Knight Riders, who crushed Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Eliminator and are set to face Mumbai Indians in the Qualifier 2 on Friday.
The 15-part squad, driven by Virat Kohli, sees the arrival of Rohit Sharma and Mohammed Shami, while no new faces were presented as whatever remains of the group is to a great extent what it was really going after last ODI arrangement played by India, against England in January 2017.
Rohit, subsequent to recouping from a thigh harm that he supported amid the Test arrangement against England a year ago, supplanted opener KL Rahul, who has been sidelined because of a shoulder damage.
India will start their Champions Trophy crusade against Pakistan on June 4 in Edgbaston.
Group India will go into the competition as the safeguarding champions.
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