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India’s T20 team needs a reboot – fearless younger players instead of seniors with reputation

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The message from India’s second thrashing in the T20 World Cup is that this team clearly needs a reboot. This team of seniors with big achievements and bigger reputations is made for the longer version. The shorter, faster format needs younger players who aren’t afraid and can handle pressure better.

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