Bhuvneshwar Kumar to return to cricket test shortly after recovering from injury, Team India | Bhuvneshwar Kumar wants to return to cricket test soon, says future planning

Pune: During the ODI and T20 series between India and England (IND vs ENG), Indian fast pitcher Bhuvneshwar Kumar (Bhuvneshwar Kumar) burned himself. He recently returned to the Indian team after recovering from an injury.

Expect to return to the test

Bhuvneshwar Kumar has said the cricket test is always his priority and that he will keep an eye on managing his caseload during IPL 2021 as his eyes are fixed on his home test run against the England this year.

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Great comeback after recovering from injury

Over the past 2 years, the fast bowler of the Indian cricket team Bhuvneshwar Kumar has had to suffer from injuries. He played brilliantly in the three-game ODI series against England and won 6 wickets.

Will train for the test

When Bhubaneswar was asked if he was considering making a return to test cricket, he said, “Certainly my goal is to return to test cricket.” I will prepare the red ball with cricket in mind. However, the type of team selected for the test matches will be a completely different scenario.

Workload management will be monitored

After India’s seven-point victory in the third and final ODI over England and 2-1 in the series, Bhuvneshwar said: “My workload management and practice during the IPL will be in line with the cricket test because I know there is a lot of test coming up. The matches have to be played and my preference is always Test cricket.

Bhuvi will not leave any stone unturned

Bhuvneshwar Kumar said: “ Therefore, I will leave no stone unturned in my preparation for the series of tests. But I stopped planning a long time ago because every time I did this in the past, things weren’t right for me. Whether due to injury or form.

Need to stay in shape

Bhubaneswar said, “But I will focus on managing my workload. We have to play a lot of cricket before the turn of England so I would like to stay in shape. I achieved what I wanted from these games, but there’s always room for improvement, whether it’s variance or fitness.

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