"Yuvraj has performed well at the domestic level and we must appreciate that. You should appreciate the way Yuvraj has played in domestic cricket. He's got 180 on a green-top Lahli wicket," Chairman of Selectors M.S.K. Prasad said.
India put England on the back-foot by picking up 6 wickets for 182 runs in the visitors' second innings on the penultimate day of the Fourth Test at the Wankhede stadium in Mumbai.
Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin brought India back in the game by a late three-wicket burst, on day one of the fourth Test between India and England.
In Indian team Mohammad Shami and Ajinkya Rahane being ruled out after sustaining injuries, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and KL Rahul are in as their replacement.