How the Men In Blue could line up at Manchester
#3 Virat Kohli
Kohli's recent performances against Ireland might have been substandard but there's no denying that the Indian captain will be a tough nut to crack for the English bowlers. After all, he is by far the best limited-overs batsman in the modern game of cricket.
In England, Kohli has only played 2 T20Is in which he has scored 70 runs. However, his record in ODIs is far more magnificent having racked up 682 runs in 19 innings at a stunning average of 52.46.
#4 K. L. Rahul
KL Rahul has shot to fame of late courtesy of his back-to-back commendable performances. The Karnataka batsman proved to be of immense help for Kings XI Punjab in the 2018 Indian Premier League which earned him a ticket to England.
It would be criminal if the team management decides against fielding the 26-year-old starlet particularly after his 70-run knock in the second T20I against Ireland.