Shikhar Dhawan is closing in on milestones as the stand-in captain looks to put behind a disappointing England tour wherein he managed just 41 runs, including 2 single-digit scores, across 3 ODIs. Dhawan returned to the ODI set up for the series in England amid questions over his future. The left-handed star will be looking to prove his naysayers wrong in the West Indies.
Shikhar Dhawan is all set to become the most capped Indian player in ODIs in the West Indies. Having played 14 matches so far, he will go past Virat Kohli, who holds the record with 15 matches in the Caribbean.
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