both of them.
"If you have two Tendulkars won't you play them?" he asked.
"Selectors have picked the best available team. Variety should be there, but that doesn't mean you won't play your best player," Kapil added.
Asked about any weaknesses in the visiting team, Kapil said: "I don't think England is weak. They have got very good batsmen, all-rounders and their bowling is also strong. They have got the tail-enders which can contribute to the total. I don't think they are weak. Their only weakness is the lack of harmony in the team. But once they will start playing even that thing will disappear," he said.
Asked about the contest being pitted as a "revenge series", Kapil said: "As far as the revenge is concerned, the team should focus on giving their best and wining the series."