Carey gets chance to prove World Cup credentials against India

Carey gets chance to prove World Cup credentials against India

In an interview to ANI, Rohit said, "Over the years we've seen the kind of presence he has in dressing room & on field". With him around, there's a sense of calmness in the group which is very important and also a bit of help to the captain because he stands behind the stumps and he has captained India for so many years. he has been a successful captain for India. For him, the ODIs against Australia and New Zealand are very important, as he needs to assert his position as the terrific player that he is. "That finishing touch is very, very important in this format". His presence around the group is a massive factor.

During the presser, Sharma also talked about the upcoming ICC World Cup, which is scheduled to begin from May this year in England, The opener said that nobody is guaranteed to the team for the biggest carnival of the game. As of now, the 2011 World Cup winning captain is preparing for the ODI series against Australia. "We've to be in prime form", he said. Each and every player who will be taking part in the World Cup, all of us are aware of that, we need to keep performing and make sure that comes the World cup, we're ready for it. "So it's hard to name the 11 or 12 that'll be playing the World Cup".

"Look I don't know whether that stance is going to change in the future".

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Rohit feels the absence of Australia's mainstay fast bowlers - Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins - will not make the contest less challenging.

Indian journalist Sunandan Lele on behalf of all journalists gave newly-turned-father Rohit Sharma a toy for his baby girl "Samaira" during the press conference in Sydney on Thursday. It was an optional training session as most the cricketers chose to stay back in their room.

The "red ball boys" are still savouring the sweet aftertaste of a maiden Test series win in Australia but for the "white ball specialists", including veteran MS Dhoni, it was business as usual as they hit the straps at SCG on Wednesday. He also mentioned that their personal opinions are not the view of the Indian cricket team.

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