Newly appointed Team India Head coach, Ravi Shastri said that. "2019 (World Cup) is a long way to go. They are both champion cricketers. We will deal with it when the time arrives. I am just getting into the dressing room again, so I need to spend time with the captain (Kohli) and take things forward." Shastri said. Dravid had openly stated that Team India needs to take a call on Dhoni and Yuvraj’s utility and ability to last till 2019 World Cup --- Dhoni will be 38 and Yuvraj 37 –-- a decision that Shastri has now conveniently postponed. Both Dhoni and Yuvraj have come under criticism for their recent form. Yuvraj lost his place to Dinesh Karthik both in the ODIs and in the one-off T20 while Dhoni copped plenty of criticism for failing to close out a relatively easy 190-run target despite staying there till the 49th over.