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Batting coach Vikram Rathod on Tuesday termed the new generation of Indian cricketers as 'unbelievable' and said that the team management has identified key players for the T20 World Cup to be held in October-November. Rathore was speaking on the eve of the third T20 International match between India and New Zealand to be held at Sedan Park on Wednesday.

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India are leading 2–0 in the series. Rathore said, "The adjustment will continue till the last moment, but as far as my team management is concerned, we have identified the important players. We know how our team will be. If there is no case of injury or very poor form, I do not think there will be much change.

Keeping in mind the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia, India started the experiment from September last year and it gave opportunities to young players like Shreyas Iyer, Washington Sundar, Deepak Chahar and Shivam Dubey. The T20 team is doing really well in New Zealand and the young players are contributing significantly to the success, which has impressed the batting coaches a lot.

Rathore said, "This new generation of cricketers is incredible. The way they reconcile immediately is really surprising. They are really giving their best as they land in different formats, different plains and different countries. Here in New Zealand, the way he has kept pace with the circumstances in a very short time is really amazing.

India won the first two matches in Auckland thanks to the brilliant form of KL Rahul and Iyer. The batting coach expressed satisfaction that the young batsmen are contributing to the success of the team. He said, "The more opportunities these players are getting, they are showing that they are capable." They are showing that they are the match winners. It definitely helps the team, but it also boosts their confidence.

Rathore said, "I have no doubt about KL Rahul and Shreyas that they are the match winners." They are getting a chance now and are showing the world what they can do. ’The next three matches will be in Hamilton, Wellington and Mount Manganui where the grounds are bigger than Auckland.

Rathore, however, indicated that the team's strategy would not change. He said, 'You have to walk according to the circumstances. It (Sedan Park) is a big ground but we are still focusing on playing good cricket. I don't think it (strategy) will change. The bowlers may have to change their length but the batsmen need not make any changes.


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