On the current India vs Australia tour, many players of the Indian cricket team have been injured and have been ruled out of the Test series. The Indian camp is deeply concerned about the injuries sustained by the players. Team India’s chief pacer Mohammed Shami, wicketkeeper KL Rahul and Umesh Yadav, both bowled out of the series due to injury and now fresh names all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja and Jaspreet Jasprit Bumrah is also joined.
Australia’s explosive opener David Warner failed to play in the first two Tests. Host Australian coach Justin Langer says that the main reason for the injury to the players is the Indian Premier League.
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Langer likes the IPL 2020 but questioned the timing of the previous season, saying that this league also contributed to the injury of so many cricketers from India and Australia in the current series. The IPL 2020 played in the UAE between September and November due to the Corona epidemic.
IPL usually takes place in India in April-May.
It usually occurs in India in April – May. Many players from India have been injured since the IPL and the Australia team is also struggling with fitness problems. Langer said at a virtual press conference, ‘The list of injuries this season is long. I think the timing of IPL 2020 was not right. Especially not before such a big series.
‘I like IPL’
Langer, however, praised the IPL and said, ‘I like IPL. It is the same as county cricket in my younger days. Cricket skills were developed by playing the county and now the limited overs game from the IPL is improving. But this time the timing was not right. How many players are injured in both teams which can also be an effect of the league. I am sure it will be reviewed. ‘
‘Not playing Bumrah and Jadeja will affect’
Asked how much impact Bumrah and Jadeja would have on not playing, he said, “There will definitely be a lot of impact.” But I think it is now a matter of winning the best fit. ” The fourth Test will start here from January 15. In the four-match series, both teams are 1-1.