Yuvraj Singh's 15 wickets in the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup was one of the major factors which contributed to Mahendra Singh Dhoni lifting the coveted trophy but the Indian captain says last edition's 'Player of The Tournament' is no longer as effective as he used to be in the current set-up.
Star batsman Yuvraj Singh is all set to make a comeback into India`s limited overs squad following some good performances when the selectors meet here on Monday to decide on the team for the lone T20 International as well as the first three ODIs.
Having suffered a surprise defeat in the unofficial ODI series, it will be an opportunity for the Yuvraj Singh-led India A to regain some of the lost ground when they lock horns with the West Indies A in the one-off Twenty20 match on Saturday.
Left-hand all-rounder Yuvraj Singh appears to have been given a chance by the national selectors to make yet another return to national colours in the one-day format by being asked to captain the India `A` squad in three one-day games and one T20 game against West Indies. `A.`
India discard Yuvraj Singh on Saturday declared that he is young enough to fit into the Indian team across all three formats in the coming days and is working hard to make a comeback into the national side.
Former captain Kapil Dev on Tuesday said Yuvraj Singh, who played his first Test since recovering from a rare germ cell cancer in Ahemedabad, needs to be more focussed to establish himself in the longer format of the game.