54 runs at 18 with 2 wickets during 3-ODI series against New Zealand. After that, 18 runs at 9 with 4 wickets during 3-ODI series against Sri Lanka. And now against South Africa in the ongoing series, only 26 runs at 8.66 with 3 wickets. All these numbers are of Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya. All these stats indicate towards only one thing and it is that Pandya is certainly not living up to the expectation and to his potential as well. In batting, he got promotion but did not work out. Moreover, his under-par consistent performance is surely getting hidden because of India’s winning-run in ODIs but that does not mean Pandya can stretch his career by going the same way. After such disappointing run as fast bowling all-rounder, selectors would definitely start looking for options and meanwhile, we look at five such uncapped Indian cricketers from the domestic circuit who can replace Pandya in ODIs.