“Kishan and Iyer are likely to be excluded from that list, as both haven't been playing domestic cricket despite the BCCI's diktat to do so,” Times of India quoted a source
Shreyas Iyer's blistering 105, which came off just 70 balls and was studded with four fours and eight sixes, provided the late fireworks for India's innings.
Sri Lanka's decision to field in sweltering conditions in Mumbai during their World Cup match on Thursday surprised many and India batsman Shreyas Iyer felt that the hosts got lucky.
The stylish right-hander, who delivered a match-winning century in Sunday's second one-dayer against Australia, had pretty much nailed down the number four position until suffering a lower back injury in March that required surgery
India, who lead the four-Test series 2-1, were bundled out for 109 and 169 on a rank turner at Indore's Holkar Cricket Stadium where 30 wickets fell in the first two days of the low-scoring contest
Shreyas Iyer hit a century and Ishan Kishan made 93 to power India to a seven-wicket win over South Africa in the second one-day international on Sunday and keep the series alive.
Young Shreyas Iyer scored a superb 57-ball 96 to guide Delhi Daredevils to a two-wicket win over Gujarat Lions in an inconsequential Indian Premier League (IPL) tie at the Green Park Stadium in Kanpur yesterday.