Why Indian bowling unit can potentially derail the ODI world cup campaign

With seven months left for the ODI world cup, two of which would be consumed by the IPL, the three ODIs coming up against Australia arrives at a crucial juncture for India. Having already kick-started their preparations for the big ticket event with series against Sri Lanka and New Zealand, India know exactly where they are. The upcoming three ODIs against Australia is another opportunity for Rohit Sharma & Co to come up with a blueprint that they can take to the World Cup in October-November. India are already going about it in a certain way, but it is also pertinent to look at the successful blueprint of the 2011 World Cup winning side, the last time India played the World Cup on home turf.