ODI XI if India, Pakistan and Bangladesh reunite
#10 Bhuvneshwar Kumar
Bhuvneshwar Kumar will share the new ball with Mohammad Amir. He is the perfect foil for Amir with his ability to swing the ball both ways. His deliveries come on to the batsmen quicker than they expect it to and he hurries them into false strokes with the pace he generates off the pitch.
Kumar picks a lot of wickets up front. Recently, he has added a bit of pace to his bowling which makes him even more lethal with the new ball and he will be a great asset for the team.
#9 Jasprit Bumrah
Jasprit Bumrah will complete the pace attack. He has evolved as a bowler ever since his debut and is currently considered one of the best bowlers at the death.
Bumrah has taken giant strides in world cricket and is currently India's most reliable bowler in limited overs cricket. He offers something unique with his unusual action and would be an ideal bowler to come in after Amir and Kumar.
He is a genuine wicket-taker who can turn the game on its head by picking up wickets at crucial stages of the game.