<a href="https://www.cricketcountry.com/players/kuldeep-yadav">Kuldeep Yadav</a> and <a href="https://www.cricketcountry.com/players/yuzvendra-chahal">Yuzvendra Chahal</a> have cemented themselves as the spin twins of Indian cricket. Since the 2017 Champions Trophy, <a href="https://www.cricketcountry.com/teams/Indiaq">India</a> have fielded Kuldeep and Chahal together in 18 matches, 11 of which have resulted in wins with the pair picking up 50 wickets at an economy of 4.22. <p></p> <p></p>The last instance of the pair playing together in ODIs against New Zealand which India won 4-1, the numbers were staggering 14 wickets in four games, which speaks volumes of how much value they add to the team when India are travelling. Besides the BlackCaps, the Kuldeep-Chahal pair has bamboozled batsmen in South Africa and Australia. <p></p> <p></p>"When you play together regularly, you learn from your partner. So I've learnt a lot from him. Whenever we play together, we try and improve together," Kuldeep told <em>ESPNcricinfo</em>. "You can't become a good spinner if you don't overcome that fear and just think wickets. That's what Chahal and I have done. The middle overs are important in ODIs - if you don't attack, teams will get 320, so the focus is on picking up wickets in the middle overs." <p></p> <p></p>Kuldeep is fast turning out to be India's go-to man. <a href="https://www.cricketcountry.com/players/virat-kohli">Virat Kohli</a> has time and again maintained that playing both Kuldeep and Chahal is a tempting option, but with the World Cup approaching, whether Kohli prefers playing that card in England remains unknown. Kuldeep has a tendency to leak runs, especially in series deciders. Left out of the T20Is against Australia, the ODIs against the five-time World Champions gives Kuldeep a chance to enter the World Cup high on confidence. <p></p> <p></p>"I'm the kind of person who underestimates himself. I feel I'm never ready. I never feel I'm 100 percent. The only thought process is: I should keep getting better. Sometimes it goes well, sometimes it doesn't. My coach often asks for five wickets from every match, but it doesn't always happen. My mindset is, "Yes, I should do well for my team." As an individual you tend to be satisfied sometimes, but the biggest satisfaction is if the team wins," Kuldeep said. <p></p> <p></p>"I think a lot at the ground, even when I'm not playing. Of course, I watch some videos to understand a batsman's strengths and weaknesses. But I don't think, "If I bowl here, he will hit me there." I don't believe in too much video analysis because my skillsets are different. If I bowl, I see if I have executed well. I don't think I should stress about it too much at this stage. I think about how I should get better, how to pick up wickets. Yes, I don't watch videos, but it doesn't mean I don't think much about my bowling."