Sydney: Most of the players of Team India are injured and on Tuesday the Indian team suffered another setback. Team India’s star fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah is also suffering from injury due to which he has been ruled out of the fourth Test against Australia.
Bumrah out of fourth test
Jasprit Bumrah, the leader of Team India’s fast bowling attack, will not be able to play Test against Australia due to stomach strain.
Bumrah, an important member of the Indian bowling attack, got this stretch during the third Test drawn in Sydney.
According to the information, stretch reports have been revealed in the scan report of Jasprit Bumrah and the Indian team management does not want to risk their injury due to the upcoming series of four Tests against England.
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A BCCI source told PTI, ‘Jaspreet Bumrah had a stomach strain while fielding in Sydney. He will be out of the Brisbane Test but he is expected to be available against England.
It is now expected that Mohammed Siraj, who played two Tests, will lead the Indian attack and Navdeep Saini, Shardul Thakur and T Natarajan will support him in the Brisbane Test starting on 15 January.
Vihari also out of the last test
The third Test hero Hanuma Vihari, drawn in Sydney, will not be able to play the fourth Test in Brisbane due to a hamstring injury.
It is believed that Vihari after the match (Hanuma Vihari) Was taken for scan. Its report is expected by Tuesday evening.
However, a BCCI source said that Vihari will not be able to fit until the next match, which starts on January 15. The Andhra player scored 23 off 161 balls and saved the match with R Ashwin.
A source said, “Vihari’s injury will be known only after the report of the scan, but he will have to stay out for four weeks even after a grade one injury and then undergo rehabilitation. Not only the Brisbane Test, but he can also be left out of the home series against England.