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Players Who Deserved To Be In India's Squad For West Indies Tour

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The BCCI confirmed a 16-member squad for the upcoming two-match Test series against West Indies, naming Ajiknya Rahane as a deputy to the captain, Rohit Sharma.

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Cheteshwar Pujara faced the wrath for his extended lean patch, while some surprising names were added to the squad. 

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Yashasvi Jaiswal, who is seen as the successor to Pujara, earned his maiden Test call-up, alongside Ruturaj Gaikwad. While Jaiswal's inclusion didn't raise any eyebrows because of his domestic records, Gaikwad's name didn't go down well. 

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We look at a few players with great domestic records who deserved to be on the plane for the Caribbean.

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Sarfaraz KhanIn his last three Ranji seasons, Sarfaraz Khan has scored heaps of runs at an average of 154, 122, and 92 respectively. Yet he wasn't good enough for the selectors.

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Mayank AgarwalMayank Agarwal was the leading run-scorer in the Ranji Trophy last year, and he is currently preparing for Duleep Trophy. Agarwal could have been a great option in the middle-order, to fill the void left by Pujara.

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Priyank PanchalPriyank Panchal has been one of the most consistent batters in domestic cricket for a long time now, but he is yet to play for India. Now that there's a vacant space, he should have received the call.

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