Nayan Mongia, who played an incredible 140 matches for India with a batting average of 20.19 which is handily boosted by being not out in 34% of innings he batted. In addition, he has a strike rate that is almost equal to the other batsmen in the side who would all average more than him significantly. And he was picked as a ‘pinch-hitter’ in the mould of Kaluwitharana, to bat way down at seven or sometimes even eight. Only a couple of 50s in his career show how ineffectual he was as a batsman. For large parts of his career, he was picked simply due to the lack of alternative keepers in India. Probably the most incompetent player to play so many games for a top side. His keeping was good to be fair, but with the bowling attack that will be selected I doubt he would have a chance to prove his worthiness as a keeper. @DalePlaysSports you’re up next.