Mumbai: Time and time again, the Indian national circuit has proven to be a gold mine – providing future stars every year. This is how the structure is. He often provides a finished product, players who can be immediately drafted into the big leagues. With the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy and the iconic Vijay Hazare finished and dusted just before the tour of South Africa, a few players might be hoping their good show will earn them a spot on the national side.Also Read – IPL 2022 Mega Auction News Updates: PBKS, KKR and RCB Seeking a Captain’s Spot
With the ODI side yet to be named, it would be the domestic stars who would be in the fray for the places. Also Read – IPL 2022 Mega Auction Time: Date, Live Stream Details & Everything You Need To Know
Rishi Dhawan: What a year it has been for Himachal Pradesh. They won the Vijay Hazare and much of the credit goes to Rishi Dhawan. The HP skipper hammered 458 runs and picked up 17 wickets in the competition. He was the second top scorer and second top wicket taker for the Vijay Hazare Trophy this season. There could very well be a draw between Venkatesh Iyer and Dhawan. Also Read – Virat Kohli Made The Transition From U-19 Cricket To The International Circuit, Unmukt Chand Couldn’t – Nikhil Chopra Explains Why
Shahrukh Khan: He competed in the IPL, but has yet to make his national debut. Now, after a phenomenal domestic season, he has fought back. It would be interesting to see if his performance is recognized and if he receives a first national call. The right-handed hitter scored 253 runs, including two halfs, over seven innings at an incredible 186.02 strike rate. The rising star had a fantastic 19 fours and 20 sixes in the tournament.
KS Bharat: The wicket-striker has also been impressive in 2021. Bharat would surely be on the minds of selectors in the ODI side. He could be on reserve. The right-handed hitter had 370 runs in just five innings at 92.50.