So far, in head coach Rahul Dravid’s regime, no player has had a raw deal in terms of chances and been given a long enough rope to succeed. However, in the case of Shreyas Iyer, his T20I game did not exactly deliver the results he has been seen delivering in ODI cricket. Even then, Dravid gave Iyer nine T20I games in the last two and a half months, one of which in Bengaluru was a wash and there was not a single score over fifty even when he had the chance to go out in the first 10 overs. If Iyer is successful in the last two games, he has no choice but to give his best as the Asian Cup squad in all likelihood will also be the probable squad for the World Cup. T20. Even if Iyer qualifies for the Asian Cup or the T20 World Cup, there’s a slim chance he’ll get a first glimpse of the XI in a jam-packed top-order.