10. Yuzvendra Chahal
The canny leggie has been India’s frontline spinner in the shorter format and his rise to the biggest stage has been nothing short of phenomenal. Although Yuzvendra Chahal did get some belting from the Englishmen in the T20I series, his inclusion in the 50-over game is quite certain.
Chahal had an impressive career so far. He is one of those players who arrived on the international stage on the back of his IPLK performances. Playing under his RCB captain, Virat Kohli, he managed to impress him and sneak his place into the Indian team in limited-overs, thrashing aside the greats- Ashwin, Jadeja, and others.
Chahal will be eagerly wanting to get back onto the field once again and make a mark ahead of IPL and Asia Cup scheduled to take place this year. He also needs a fifer to equal the record of most (3) fifers for India in ODIs alongside Javagal Srinath and Harbhajan Singh.