1. Sanjay Manjrekar names his number 4 and 5 batsman in Virat Kohli’s World Cup side  Hindustan Times
  2. Not MS Dhoni, Sanjay Manjrekar wants Kedar Jadhav at No.5; picks Vijay Shankar as his preferred No.4 batsman  Times Now
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That Kohli’s side has not been able to pick a solid number 4 despite giving chances to as many as 11 players speaks volumes about the uncertainty over the position and this where Manjrekar believes lies the vulnerability.That Kohli’s side has not been able to pick a solid number 4 despite giving chances to as many as 11 players speaks volumes about the uncertainty over the position and this where Manjrekar believes lies the vulnerability.

Sanjay Manjrekar names his number 4 and 5 batsman in Virat Kohli’s World Cup side | cricket | Hindustan Times

The former opener also believes that the Indian team should have identified a solid option to man the number 4 position heading into the World Cup.The former opener also believes that the Indian team should have identified a solid option to man the number 4 position heading into the World Cup.

Blame it on Virat Kohli, Ravi Shastri - Why Gautam Gambhir slammed the captain and coach ahead of World Cup - IBTimes India

Despite being reluctant about his choices, former Indian cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar came up with two surprise No.4 and No. 5 choices for India's World Cup squad.Despite being reluctant about his choices, former Indian cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar came up with two surprise No.4 and No. 5 choices for India's World Cup squad.

Vijay Shankar could be the answer to India's question of a batsman at No.4 Vijay Shankar could be the answer to India's question of a batsman at No.4

World Cup 2019: Indian team management may use Vijay Shankar as surprise element at No.4 - Moneycontrol.com

“Madan Lal's 68 today. His 1983 World Cup heroics are well known, but few recall that in 1986, he was called up by Kapil while playing club cricket for Ashton. He had a crucial 50 run 9th wicket partnership, took 3 big wickets and India won the test and series against England!”

Joy Bhattacharjya on Twitter: "Madan Lal's 68 today. His 1983 World Cup heroics are well known, but few recall that in 1986, he was called up by Kapil while playing club cricket for Ashton. He had a crucial 50 run 9th wicket partnership, took 3 big wickets and India won the test and series against England!… https://t.co/fdHHdyxaVW"

“I would like to thank @FIFAcom for keeping their trust in #AIFF & granting us the rights to host the U-17 women's world cup tournament. I am also grateful to the Government of #India & State Governments for their support and providing us the necessary assurances. @IndianFootball”

Praful Patel on Twitter: "I would like to thank @FIFAcom for keeping their trust in #AIFF & granting us the rights to host the U-17 women's world cup tournament. I am also grateful to the Government of #India & State Governments for their support and providing us the necessary assurances. @IndianFootball"

“In ODIs since #CWC 2015... Win% 65.12 - India 64.63 - England 63.01 - South Africa 56.58 - New Zealand 53.33 - Afghanistan 51.72 - Bangladesh 50.00 - Pakistan 45.07 - Australia 39.58 - Ireland 27.71 - Sri Lanka 27.42 - West Indies 27.03 - Zimbabwe”

Mohandas Menon on Twitter: "In ODIs since #CWC 2015... Win% 65.12 - India 64.63 - England 63.01 - South Africa 56.58 - New Zealand 53.33 - Afghanistan 51.72 - Bangladesh 50.00 - Pakistan 45.07 - Australia 39.58 - Ireland 27.71 - Sri Lanka 27.42 - West Indies 27.03 - Zimbabwe"

“Women's football in India received an encouraging news from #FIFA India to host FIFA U17 Women's World Cup in 2020”

Shaji Prabhakaran on Twitter: "Women's football in India received an encouraging news from #FIFA India to host FIFA U17 Women's World Cup in 2020"

India has already finished playing their last international fixtures before the World Cup, which commences on May 30 in England and"Not one of the seven to eight players tried in those positions has shown exceptional ability."

ICC World Cup 2019: Sanjay Manjrekar picks India’s Number 4 and 5 - CricTracker

India are yet to decide on who would bat at the number 4 in the batting line-up but early chatter from close to the team management suggest that Vijay Shankar may be usedIndia are yet to decide on who would bat at the number 4 in the batting line-up but early chatter from close to the team management suggest that Vijay Shankar may be used

Team India may use Vijay Shankar as surprise element at No.4 in ICC World Cup - Sports News