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India Squad for 2024 T20I World Cup Announced

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In a much-anticipated announcement, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has unveiled the 15-member India squad for 2024 T20I World Cup. The team, led by Rohit Sharma, sees Hardik Pandya stepping up as the vice-captain. The selection has been the subject of much speculation and analysis across various blogs and sports news platforms.

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The squad announcement comes ahead of the prestigious tournament set to begin on June 1 in the United States and West Indies. The inclusion of Rishabh Pant marks his return to international cricket, while Sanju Samson also finds a spot in the team.

Here is the complete squad of India for the 2024 T20I World Cup:

Rohit SharmaCaptain/Batsman
Hardik PandyaVice-Captain/All-rounder
Yashasvi JaiswalBatsman
Virat KohliBatsman
Suryakumar YadavBatsman
Rishabh PantWicketkeeper/Batsman
Sanju SamsonWicketkeeper/Batsman
Shivam DubeAll-rounder
Ravindra JadejaAll-rounder
Axar PatelAll-rounder
Kuldeep YadavBowler
Yuzvendra ChahalBowler
Arshdeep SinghBowler
Jasprit BumrahBowler
Mohd. SirajBowler
Reserves: Shubman Gill, Rinku Singh, Khaleel Ahmed, and Avesh Khan.

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The 2024 T20I World Cup is expected to be a thrilling event, with India beginning their campaign against Ireland on June 5 at the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium, New York. The team’s composition reflects a blend of experience and youth, promising a dynamic performance in the upcoming global showdown.

The cricketing community is excited, and all eyes will be on the Men in Blue as they strive to bring the trophy home. Stay tuned for more updates as the tournament approaches.

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