Injured Jaspreet Bumrah
Jasprit Bumrah has been ruled out of the fourth Test against Australia due to abdominal strain. The Mumbai fast bowler suffered from abdominal strain during the Sydney Test. According to the report, Bumrah was scanned and confirmed in the report. In such a situation, the team management is taking Bumrah’s injury seriously considering the upcoming home series against England.
Hanuma Vihari out of Gaba Test
Hanuma Vihari, who played the role of ‘troublemaker’ in the Sydney Test, has also dropped out of the fourth Test against Australia. Hanuma Vihari’s hamstring injury is very serious and he is not scheduled to play in the Test series against England next month.
Jadeja’s thumb fracture
All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja is also injured. Jadeja suffered this injury during the Sydney Test match. Pacer Mitchell Starc had the ball on his left hand, after which the fracture was confirmed in the scan. Jadeja also could not bowl in the second innings against Australia. He was replaced by Mayank Agarwal for fielding.
Rishabh Pant’s elbow injury
Young wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant also has an elbow injury. However, despite the injury, he batted in the second innings of the Sydney Test. Wriddhiman Saha was replaced for wicketkeeping. Pant was hit on the elbow off Pat Cummins.
6 weeks rest advice to Shami
Team India’s veteran fast bowler Mohammed Shami (Umesh Yadav) has already been out of Australia tour. He has been advised a six-week rest due to a wrist fracture. In such a situation, his playing in the first match of the upcoming Test series against England is also being considered suspicious.
Umesh has a stretch problem
Umesh Yadav has been ruled out of the Test series against Australia due to a hamstring injury to his calf. In place of Umesh, left-arm fast bowler T Natarajan was included in the Indian team for the remaining two matches of the Test series.
Sprain in KL Rahul’s wrist
The batsman KL Rahul injured his wrist during practice, forcing him to drop out of the Test series. He did not get a chance to play a single Test in the Test series on the current tour of Australia.