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15 Indian Lions
20-20 Word Cup 2007

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Mahendra Singh Dhoni
(DOB : 07/07/81)

Wicketkeeper-batsman Dhoni has become something of an iconic figure with his devastating strokeplay. His 183 not out against Sri Lanka is the record score for a wicketkeeper in odis and he has been named captain for the ICC World Twenty20.

Yuvraj Singh
(DOB:  12/12/81)

Something of a one-day specialist, left-handed batsman yuvraj has destroyed some of the best bowling attacks in world cricket. He has been promoted to vice-captain for the icc world twenty20.

Virender Sehwag
(DOB: 20/10/78)

A talented and aggressive batsman, boasts almost 5,000 limited overs runs and has the ability to bat anywhere in the top six.

Harbhajan Singh
(DOB: 03/07/80)

Attacking off-spinner harbhajan has overcome investigations into his bowling action to become one of the most dangerous slow bowlers in world cricket. He has improved with the bat and still harbours an ambition to be classed as an all-rounder.

Ajit Agarkar
(DOB: 04/12/77)

Another one-day specialist, all-rounder agarkar started his limited-overs career with a flourish to set a world record for the fastest bowler to 50 odi wickets.

Dinesh Karthik
(DOB: 01/06/75)

An able back-up with the gloves for stand-in captain dhoni, karthik was recently dropped from the first xi after a run of disappointing scores.

Gautam Gambhir
(DOB: 14/10/81)

Gambhir has struggled to hold down a regular place in the india side since making his international breakthrough in 2004-05.

Robin Uthappa
DOB: 11/11/85)

Hard-hitting opener with an impressive strike rate who is still finding his feet at international level having only made his debut against england in april 2006.

Joginder Sharma
(DOB: 23/10/83)

Having made his one-day debut in 2004, joginder was overlooked for the recent tour of england after struggling against west indies earlier in the year.

Yusuf Pathan
(DOB: 17/11/82)

He operates as an off-spin bowler while providing another hard-hitting batsman for india, and has a first-class average of over 30 runs.

Piyush Chawla
(DOB: 24/12/88)

Another of india's rising stars, all-rounder chawla only made his one-day debut against bangladesh in may.

Shanthakumaran Sreesanth
(DOB: 06/02/83)

Sreesanth is an aggressive right-arm medium-fast bowler who has been in and out of both the one-day and test side. 

Irfan Pathan
(DOB: 27/10/84)

Started his career primarily as a left-arm seam bowler, but has since developed his batting to become a bowling all-rounder.

Rudra Pratap Singh
(DOB: 06/12/85)

A left-arm paceman who made his international debut in the one-day side against zimbabwe in 2005. He has drifted in and out of the squad since then but was called up to the side to tour england in 2007.

Rohit Sharma
(DOB: 30/04/87)

Sharma received his first senior call-up for the short tour of Ireland earlier this year after making his mark in the Under-19 World Cup.

20-20 World Cup 2007 - Result Card