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    4 players present in India’s squad for ODI series against Australia who might not make it to World Cup 2023 team

    World Cup 2023 will happen in the 50-over format in October and November, with India set to host the mega event.

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    World Cup 2023

    World Cup 2023 will happen in the 50-over format in October and November, with India set to host the mega event. The Indian team has already qualified for the tournament as they are the hosts of the competition. The BCCI has begun planning for the World Cup squad, with a list of 20 prepared in January 2023 for the probable names of the team.

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    Only 15 members will make it to the final squad for World Cup 2023. The Indian team is currently playing a three-match home series against the Australian cricket team, and it looks unlikely that any of the following four names would feature in the final squad for the mega event.

    1. Suryakumar Yadav may not play in World Cup 2023

    Mr. 360 of India, Suryakumar Yadav, has achieved enormous success in the T20I format. However, he is yet to big knock for the nation in ODIs. Despite receiving multiple chances, Yadav has failed to make it count. Shreyas Iyer is likely to bat in the number four position.

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    2. Umran Malik may not play in World Cup 2023

    Umran Malik has the express pace, but he is not among the top four ODI pacers in India right now. If Jasprit Bumrah recovers to full fitness, then he will lead the pace attack along with Shardul Thakur, Mohammed Siraj, Mohammed Shami and Hardik Pandya.

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    3. Jaydev Unadkat

    Left-arm pacer Jaydev Unadkat was a surprise inclusion in the squad for the 50-over series against the Australian cricket. Unadkat has not played ODI cricket since a long time, and it is unlikely that he will earn the ticket to the World Cup.

    4. Yuzvendra Chahal

    India might select four spinners in their squad, and the four names could be Ravindra Jadeja, Axar Patel, Kuldeep Yadav and Washington Sundar. Patel and Jadeja are both left-arm spinners, but since Patel has performed so well in recent matches, it will be hard to leave him out of the squad, forcing the selectors to ignore Yuzvendra Chahal.