India under Rahul Dravid involves individual experiments rather than general ones.

India under Rahul Dravid involves individual experiments rather than general ones. Dravid said that the squad had to try new things because of the injuries to Rishabh Pant, KL Rahul, and Shreyas Iyer.

When Rohit Sharma and Rahul Dravid were the captain and head coach of India, respectively, they experimented with a lot of different things. In order to give inexperienced players a chance before the ODI World Cup. The team management bravely decided to sideline Rohit and Virat Kohli during the most recent ODI series against the West Indies. In addition to this, they have conducted numerous similar tests over the years, but despite this, the team has not receive any significant awards.

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There is thus a sense of irritation among the interested parties

Dravid has underlined that the team never changes the lineup simply for the purpose of doing so. That every decision is carefully consider before being made.

“The term experimenting is bandied about a lot without often giving it much attention. We don’t intentionally try to experiment just for the purpose of it sometimes. According to Dravid, there are occasionally precise reasons why you must take a particular action, according to ESPNcricinfo.

Dravid went on to say that the team management had shown some confidence in the four. Five, and sixth positions 18 months prior. The management compelled to attempt new things as a result of the injuries to Rishabh Pant, Shreyas Iyer, and KL Rahul, though.

“As an illustration, it seems that the Nos. 4 and 5 spots are frequently discuss and debated. I could have told you the top two or three people we were considering for positions No. 4, 5, and 6 18 or 19 months ago. Shreyas (Iyer), KL (Rahul), and Rishabh (Pant) were destined to fill those positions, right?

“If you look back on some of the teams that we picked from 18 months ago, there was no doubt in our minds. Obviously, it’s unfortunate that all three of them ended up with injuries in the space of two months. What are the odds of that happening? And I don’t think we can, nobody can, calculate for that. Especially with the limited number of games that we had in one-day cricket,” Dravid explained. 

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