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Can we build very different teams for different conditions?
Building entirely different teams for different formats of the game is not a feasible option. Each match is different with its own set of challenges, players learn different things. So instead of a few players exposed to every situation and adept at handling them, you get a lot of players who have just one dimension to their game which may or may not help them have a long career. Good players will do well regardless of format, let\\\'s not take away their chance to do that.
12.5 % Defend
87.5 % Attack
“ A good idea that could be revolutionary. ”
“ An idea that will help opponents more than it will help the team ”
Monish Moorthy: Given the trouble of over-scheduling and distributing opportunities of exposure between young talent, developing specialized teams could be a good idea. Teams can have larger pools of reserves in this case, each completely dependable for the given conditions and with their responsibilities and roles clear.
Foram Gosrani: If we have different teams: A player will know how to play only in one condition. While he may become a specialist in that condition, opponents will be one step ahead and plan the ways to get him out.
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Instead of experimenting with new players, India should play its well set players in the series ahead of the World Cup.