July 16, 2019
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The cricket World Cup 2019 is down to the business end after India, Australia, England and New Zealand qualified for the semi-finals of the show piece event. It will all come down to the experienced players to guide their teams to victory in the knockouts. However, there are few Indian players who are past their prime or are at their prime and may not feature for the men in blue in the next world cup.

4- MS Dhoni

The veteran of over 300 ODIs has featured for India in four world cups and the ongoing edition will possibly be his last appearance for the national team in the show piece event. He turned 38-year-old on Sunday and it is likely that he will be hanging his boots at some point of time after the world cup.

Dhoni will play a key role in India’s triumph in the ongoing edition and he will hope to end his world cup journey by winning the trophy on 14th July at Lord’s.

3- Kedar Jadhav

The 34-year-old all-rounder from Pune might be featuring in his first and last world cup in England. He was struggling with an injury before the start of the world cup but he showed great recovery and played in India’s world cup opener against South Africa.

Considering his struggle with the injuries, there might be very few years of International cricket left in him. He scored a half century in the game against Afghanistan but his poor strike rate didn’t helped the cause of the team. He was ruled out from the game against Bangladesh and it is likely that he might be featuring in his last tournament for India as the selectors will be eager to test the young guns after the conclusion of the show piece event.

Jadhav has scored 80 runs in 5 innings of the ongoing world cup with a poor strike rate of 80.81.

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