CWC: An alternate Indian playing XI that could have given other teams a run for their money
#2 Prithvi Shaw
Even though Prithvi Shaw would have liked a more consistent run in IPL 2019, he played a couple of game-changing innings for the Delhi Capitals. Shaw has just gone from strength to strength since leading the Indian U19 team to the World Cup title. Be it domestic cricket or IPL or a few games of international cricket, he has been putting in eye-catching performances. There are no doubts about Shaw's talent and it is just a matter of time that the youngster becomes a regular member of the Indian team in all the formats of the game.
#3 Shreyas Iyer (Captain)
Shreyas Iyer has vindicated Delhi's decision of handing him the captaincy last year by leading the side to the playoffs this year. Iyer, who is still 24, has played 6 ODIs averaging 42. Unfortunately, he hasn't been given a long run in the side. But the Mumbai batsman might be in line for a comeback in the ODIs post the World Cup and given the kind of form he has exhibited, he could work his way back into the national team fold for good and cement a place ahead of the competiton.