For the third Test matchup with England, Bumrah might get a rest

For the third Test matchup with England, Bumrah might get a rest

It’s possible that Jasprit Bumrah, who dominated the match in the second Test held in Visakhapatnam, will get a rest for the third Test. In order to guarantee that Bumrah returns rejuvenated for the final two Tests, the national selectors are thinking about resting him for the Rajkot Test after consulting with the team management. With nine wickets for 91 runs in the recently concluded Test, Bumrah’s outstanding performance earned him the title of player of the match.

The selectors recognize that Bumrah needs time to recover and refuel after seeing his brilliance displayed over the course of four demanding days of bowling over 32 overs in a high-stakes match. He bowled close to 25 overs in the previous Test in Hyderabad, where India lost unexpectedly.

The selectors are likely to call up Mohammed Siraj, who received a similar break for the second Test. Siraj will undoubtedly spearhead the attack in the third Test match before teaming up with Bumrah for the remaining two Test matches of the series. It is expect that the team selection will be finalize on Tuesday, February 6.

Given that Mohammed Shami, the other established match-winner in the lineup, is not yet prepare for an international return, managing the workload for the two fast bowlers has become crucial. Shami’s recovery from his troublesome ankle is expect to take longer than expect, as Cricbuzz recently report. Shami was sent to London for treatment.

Jasprit Bumrah Career Records

Jasprit Bumrah has played 34 Test matches so far in his career. He has claimed 155 wickets at an average of 20.19, given up almost 2.72 runs per over, and his best individual figure of 6 for 27.

Jasprit Bumrah has played in 89 matches so far in his Odi career. At a 23.55 average, he has claimed 149 wickets while giving up almost 4.60 runs per over and having the best individual figure of 6 for 19. In his 62 T20 matches thus far, Jasprit Bumrah has claimed 74 wickets at an average of 19.66, given up almost 6.56 runs per over, and his best individual performance was 3 for 11.

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