3 players who might make a comeback for India before World Cup 2019
India's biggest match-winner on home soil in the past five years, Ravichandran Ashwin was a key member in India's limited overs setup while MS Dhoni was at the helm of things. However, the declining success rate of off-spinners with the white-ball saw him out of the ODI squad after a series of failures in Champions Trophy 2017.
From being India's go-to weapon at one point in time, then to be placed fourth in the pecking order of spinners, life has changed rather quickly for the Tamil Nadu veteran.
But still, there is room for Ashwin to stake a claim with his performance at the domestic level and consistent show in the red-ball format. His form and a sharp cricketing brain to pick wickets could be the only way to lead his path into the ODI team.