Zaheer Khan: Under pressure and without much support at the other end. Yet, bet on Zak to deliver. That has been the theme of Indian bowling in this world cup so far and the stylish Indian strike bowler has kept the flag flying on more than an occasion. First, against England where he brought India right back with a wonderful second spell and then against West Indies where he did an action replay. Zaheer averages a stupendous 14.8 for his 15 wickets to be the second best bowler of the tournament so far overall
Harbhajan Singh: The tweets that followed the double-spin attack employed by Dhoni in Chennai just about summed up the kind of form India's best bet in the spin department has been in. Ashwin was a delight to watch and Bhajji was not. Plain and simple. With 6 wickets at 41 a piece and a worrying strike rate of 57, Bhajji was far from being India's strike bowler.
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Should Kohli replace Dhoni as India's Test captain?
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- Yes, Dhoni is too defensive a captain for Test matches. India needs an aggressive personality at the helm of affairs
- No, With two big tours in England and Australia, India must bank on seasoned Dhoni to lead a young, inexperienced team
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