No Indian Cricketer In ICC's 2015 Test XI, only Shami in ODI XI

Dubai; Dec.2: Virat Kohli's team may have already secured the four-Test series by taking an unassailable 2-0 lead with one match left, but no Indian has found a place in the ICC Test XI of 2015. And, ironically, the lone Indian who has found a place in the ICC ODI XI is not in the national team at the moment.

The lone consolation for India was that off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin was named 12th man in the Test team.

Pacer Mohammed Shami, who is currently out of the Indian team as he is nursing an injury, is the lone India in the ICC ODI XI. He was picked on the basis of his performance in the qualification period, announced by the world body on Wednesday.

The qualification was from September 18 2014 to September 13 2015.

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