Shikhar Dhawan discusses his World Cup 2023 preparations ahead of the ODIs against New Zealand. Dhawan will captain the ODI team against New Zealand.
Shikhar Dhawan, the veteran left-hander, is set to lead India in a three-match ODI series against hosts New Zealand, which begins on November 25. Following the successful conclusion of the T20I series under Hardik Pandya. Dhawan, who will now lead the side in the 50-over format, has highlighted the preparations for the ODI series.
Shikhar Dhawan taken over as captain after Rohit Sharma ask that he be drop from the group for recuperation. Furthermore, the stand-in captain remarked that he wants the team to play ‘excellent cricket’ ahead of the ODI series against Australia.
“We want to win the series by playing good cricket.” It’s a terrific opportunity for young guys to come to New Zealand and play. Put their abilities and character to the test in a variety of situations. It’s also been raining, so the ball has been moving. “It’s a good opportunity for us to demonstrate our abilities,” Dhawan said at a pre-match press conference.
We know who will make the World Cup 2023 squad: Shikhar Dhawan
The side has been brainstorming ideas for the 2023 Cricket World Cup, which will be held in India next year. He also state that preparations for the Cricket World Cup begun and hint at the possibility of players being named to the World Cup team.
“This preparation is solely focus on the World Cup.” The little guys have been doing really well. “We have a very decent sense of who will make the World Cup team,” he continued.
Following the three-match One-Day International series against New Zealand, India will play Bangladesh in a Test and One-Day International series beginning in December.