Veteran swimmer Sajan Prakash and fellow Olympian Srihari Nataraj will lead the four member Indian swimming team for the upcoming Commonwealth Games to be held at Birmingham from July 28 to August 8.

Delhi's Kushagra Rawat and Madhya Pradesh's Advait Page, who have met the selection criteria for the 1500m freestyle event will also be a part of the contingent.

Sajan will look to win a medal in his marquee 200m butterfly while Srihari hopes for same in the 100m backstroke.

"The qualification criteria is that the swimmers should better or equal the sixth best timing of the specific events in CWG 2018", told Monal Chokshi, Secretary General, Swimming Federation of India to Sportstar .

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When asked as to if any female swimmer qualified, Choksi said, "There were only four spots allocated for India by IOA. If any female swimmer qualified then we would look into who has a better chance of winning medals, but they haven't."

Sajan, who recently competed at the World Championship in Budapest will be swimming in his third CWG, while Kushagra and Advait are all set to debut.