India vs Australia 3rd test: Hanuma Vihari excluded from last test match due to hamstring injury | Another injured Indian team player, Sydney test hero Hanuma Vihari out of final match

New Delhi: India’s fitness problems in the test series against Australia are on the rise and the hero of the third test drawn in Sydney, Hanuma Vihari will not be able to play the fourth test in Brisbane due to an injury hamstrings.

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.

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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.

However, in the home series, the Indian team prefers to field an additional bowler, so Vihari was less likely to be selected in the game XI. He will be needed on the England tour where an additional batsman will be needed in the game. the last eleven.

As an alternative to Vihari (Hanuma Vihari), Wriddhiman Saha can be roped as gate keeper and Rishabh Pant because the batsman or Mayank Agarwal can be placed in the middle order.

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Pant (Rishabh Pant) also played a 97-point inning. Both Vihari and Pant are believed to have been given pain medication to keep the beating going.

In Brisbane, Shardul Thakur can replace Ravindra Jadeja. Jadeja is also injured.

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