India, Aug. 14 -- Indian opener Rohit Sharma, who has been in sublime form in ODI cricket, is without a doubt one of the leading batsmen in this format. His five centuries in the World Cup was the propellent force behind India's march into the semi-finals. However, the right-hander did not look at his best in the second ODI in Trinidad, but he is in good form and would love to stamp his authority all over the third ODI on Wednesday - and well, he has a great incentive to hit his stride.

Rohit Sharma needs 26 runs to go past World Cup-winning all-rounder Yuvraj Singh on the ODI batting charts. Yuvraj had gotten to 8701 runs in 304 ODI matches. As of now, Rohit has 8676 runs 217 matches while Yuvraj Singh hung his boots with 8701 runs in 3...