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Expecting something new from MS Dhoni says Stephen Fleming

Indian captain MS Dhoni is facing a tough time in getting India to the winning streak in Australia, but former Kiwi skipper Stephen Fleming feels that Indian skipper can change the situation around in defending his team's World Cup title. Writing in ICC’s column, the former New Zealand skipper picked Dhoni, the 2011 World Cup-winning captain as the game-changer from India's 15-man squad for cricket world cup 2015. "He could do something special" in the Feb 14-March 29 event, Fleming said. "Knowing him at the Chennai Super Kings in IPL, I have a feeling that he could do something special. It is true he has nothing else to prove –he won all ICC trophies for India," the Kiwi said. Fleming is currently coaching Chennai Super Kings in IPL. India will play their first match against Pakistan on February 15.


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