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Uday Saharan to lead India at the 2024 Under-19 World Cup

Punjab hitter Uday Saharan will lead India’s title guard at the 2024 ICC Under-19 World Cup in South Africa in January and February. India is the best side in the competition’s set of experiences, having won it multiple times in 2000, 2008, 2012, 2018, and 2022.

Saharan, who is now captaining India at the Under-19 Asia Cup in Dubai, was the most noteworthy scorer at the Under-19 Challenger Prize held in Guwahati last month. He made 297 runs in four innings, with four half-hundreds of years and a best of 93 not out. The competition had 45 players seeking World Cup spaces, picked by India’s lesser choice board headed by previous Karnataka wicketkeeper Thilak Naidu.

Allrounder Musheer Khan, who bats in the center request and bowls left-arm turn, is the main player in the 15-man crew with top-notch insight. Musheer is the more youthful sibling of Mumbai player Sarfaraz Khan, who played for India in the 2014 and 2016 Under-19 World Cups. Musheer had scored 127 off 47 balls and took two wickets in a quadrangular U-19 series match in November, and was the third most noteworthy scorer in the Under-19 Challenger Prize with 268 runs at a strike pace of 108.

Last year, he drove Mumbai to the last of the Cooch Behar Prize, where he was named Player of the Competition for his 670 runs and 32 wickets. Those exhibitions procured him a Ranji Prize introduction against Saurashtra. He has played three five-star matches up to this point and has been shortlisted among 333 players at the IPL 2024 closeout on December 19.

Another breakout star in the crew is Maharashtra allrounder Arshin Kulkarni, who dazzled headhunters at the Maharashtra Chief Association. He bowls medium speed and is a top-request bat. Following his MPL advantage, Kulkarni played for Maharashtra in the as-of-late closed Syed Mushtaq Ali Prize and is among the uncapped Indian players at the IPL closeout.

Karnataka’s Dheeraj Gowda and Baroda’s Raj Limbani lead areas of strength for an assault. Gowda was the top wicket-taker at the Challengers (nine wickets with an economy of 4.42) while Limbani took 7 for 13 against Nepal at the Under-19 Asia Cup on Tuesday. Himachal’s Innesh Mahajan and Hyderabad’s Avanish Rao are the two wicketkeepers.

Before the World Cup, India will play a U-19 tri-series against the hosts South Africa and Britain from December 29 to January 10.

India is in Gathering An alongside Bangladesh, Ireland, and the USA at the World Cup and will play their most memorable match against Bangladesh on January 20 in Bloemfontein. They then, at that point, play Ireland on January 25 and the USA on January 28.

India crew for tri-series and Under-19 World Cup: Arshin Kulkarni, Adarsh Singh, Rudra Mayur Patel, Sachin Dhas, Priyanshu Moliya, Musheer Khan, Uday Saharan (capt), Aravelly Avanish Rao (wk), Saumy Kumar Pandey (vc), Murugan Abhishek, Innesh Mahajan (wk), Dhanush Gowda, Aaradhya Shukla, Raj Limbani and Naman Tiwari

Save players for tri-series: Prem Devkar Ansh Gosai, Mohammed Aman

Back-up players: Digvijay Patil, Jayanth Goyat, P Vignesh, Kiran Chormale

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