Sydney: Most of the Indian team are injured and on Tuesday the Indian team suffered another setback. Indian team star quick pitcher Jasprit Bumrah also suffers from an injury due to which he was excluded from the fourth test against Australia.
Bumrah comes out of the fourth test
Jasprit Bumrah, the spearhead of Team India’s fast bowling attack, will not be able to play Test against Australia due to stomach pain.
Bumrah, a prominent member of the Indian Bowling Attack, got this stretch in the third test drawn in Sydney.
According to reports, stretch reports have been revealed in Jasprit Bumrah’s analysis report and the management of the Indian squad do not want to risk their injury due to the upcoming round of four tests against England.
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A BCCI source told PTI: “Jaspreet Bumrah had stomach pain during his training in Sydney. He will be out of the Brisbane test but he should be available against England.
It is now expected that Mohammad Siraj, who has played two tests, will lead the Indian attack and Navdeep Saini, Shardul Thakur and T Natarajan will support him in the Brisbane test from January 15.
Vihari also released from the last test
The third hero of the Test Hanuma Vihari, drawn in Sydney, will not be able to compete in the fourth Test in Brisbane due to a hamstring injury.
It is believed that after the match, Vihari (Hanuma Vihari) was taken in for a scan. His report is expected Tuesday evening.
However, a BCCI source said Vihari would not be able to adjust until the next game, which starts on January 15. The Andhra player scored 23 of 161 balls and saved the game with R Ashwin.
A source said: “Vihari’s injury will not be known until after the scan report, but he will have to stay outside for four weeks even after a first year injury and then undergo rehabilitation. Not only the Brisbane test, but he can also be excluded from the home series against England.