3.) Akshar Patel
There was a time when Akshar Patel was a regular in the Indian team. Having played in 38 ODIs and 11 T20Is, Patel is pretty economical in the middle overs with the ball and is a handy lower-order batsman when it comes to hitting the big shots. In fact, he has performed really well for India ‘A’ in both the bowling and the batting departments in West Indies and has proved himself as a reliable all-rounder.
4.) Mayank Agarwal
Mayank Agarwal has shown that he has it in him to bat in challenging conditions and score well by pacing his innings beautifully. He has been picked in the side for the Test matches but there was no reason to ignore him for the ODIs.