MS Dhoni is 36. He has given up Test cricket and only plays limited-overs cricket now, and while his performances with the bat in One-Day Internationals have been good enough, it hasn’t quite been so in Twenty20 Internationals, where he seems to be taking too long before teeing off. With the next World T20 only in 2020, does it make sense to persist with the veteran champion in the shortest format or look at an alternative?

Wisden India’s R Kaushik and Shamya Dasgupta discuss …