The 20-year-old was picked for the first two matches after his stellar form in the just concluded two-match Test series, which India won 2-0. In the series, he scored identical scores of 92 at Rajkot and Hyderabad.
Despite carrying a heavy historical baggage, India have dominated the rivalry in recent past, winning eight of nine previous meetings. The only blot was a 2-2 draw at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in April.
With the firepower they possess, Mumbai should not be missing the services of Rohit Sharma, who played the quarterfinals and semifinals before joining the India ODI squad ahead of the West Indies series beginning on Sunday at Guwahati.