5 questions that India need to answer before the 2020 T20 World Cup
#4 What will the bowling line-up look like once Bumrah returns?
Jasprit Bumrah's comeback to the T20 squad is inevitable, and someone will have to make way for him.
Not just Bumrah, but even Bhuvneshwar Kumar's return is being anticipated after he was a surprise exclusion from the squad that would face the Proteas in the 3-match T20I series. Apparently, that was a part of managing his workload.
With Krunal Pandya and Ravindra Jadeja becoming indispensable owing to their pyrotechnics with the bat, the ball and on the field, there's only one spot left in the bowling department. That will, in all likelihood, be filled by another fast bowler, bearing in mind the quick pitches Down Under.
This also raises the question about 19-year-old Washington Sundar, who has shown that he is mature beyond his years. With just one place up for grabs, it is going to be a three-way battle between Chahar, Saini and Sundar to complete the line-up.