During the England Test series, Shami aims to make a comeback.

During the England Test series, Shami aims to make a comeback.

Mohammed Shami has has declared that he is “on track” in his recovery from an ankle injury and that he intends to return in India’s five-Test series against England, which begins on January 25.

“My rehabilitation is well on track and the medical experts at NCA are happy with my progress,” he told the Times of India. “My ankle is a little stiff, but that’s okay. I’ve started my training, and I think the England series will allow me to make a return. Subject to fitness, Shami was added to India’s Test team for the two matches in South Africa.

Regarding India’s performance in South Africa, Shami remarked, “We did well in the second Test.” “We bowled brilliantly, and everyone pitched in. India’s incredible comeback to tie the series was impressive. I regrettably missed it due to an injury. But I’m eager to return to playing competitive cricket as soon as possible. I hope to be able to play against England again soon.”

Muhammad Shami Career Records

Mohammed Shami is an Indian cricket player who plays for the Indian team. He was born on September 3, 1990, and as of 2024, he was 34 years old. Mohammed Shami is a fast-seam bowler from Jonagar. In his 64 Test matches to date. He has taken 229 wickets at an average of 27.71, conceding almost 3.31 runs per over with the best individual figure being 6 for 56. In his 101 Odi matches to date, Mohammed Shami has taken 195 wickets at a 23.68 average. Conceding nearly 5.56 runs per over with the best individual figure being 7 for 57.

Shami was the recipient of the Arjuna Award, India’s second-highest sporting honour. After the Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna, and was in Delhi to receive it on January 9. At the 2023 ODI World Cup, he took the most wickets with 24 wickets in just seven games at an average of 10.70 and strike rate of 12.20.

India play England in five Tests in Hyderabad (Jan 25-29), Visakhapatnam (Feb 2-6), Rajkot (Feb 15-19), Ranchi (Feb 23-27) and Dharamsala (Mar 7-11). The series will be India’s third in the ongoing World Test Championship cycle, where they currently are in second place behind Australia.

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