Australia vs India 2018-19: 5 records can be broken in the ODI series
#2 Mohammed Shami - Quickest Indian to 100 ODI Wickets
India's quest for the third seamer has been on for a while now as no one could really seal a spot. Selectors fast-tracked the likes of Khaleel Ahmed, Deepak Chahar and, Siddharth Kaul but none has produced telling performances consistently. That is the reason Selectors have gone back to Mohammed Shami with World Cup in six months.
Mohammed Shami did exceptionally well in the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup picking up 17 wickets at an economy of 4.85. His death bowling was one of the reasons why India kept taking all 10 wickets every match in the group stages. With a career average of 26, he is definitely a wicket-taking bowler.
He is six wickets away from 100 ODI wickets and if he could do that, then he could be the fastest Indian to get 100 wickets. With Jasprit Bumrah rested for the series, this provides a perfect platform to stake a claim for a World Cup spot.