Ravindra Jadeja and Mohammed Shami are attempting to beat the clock to be good for the two-match Test series against Bangladesh, which starts on December 14 in Chattogram. Fighting wounds, the two players missed the last ODI series. In their nonappearance, India would probably supplant them with Uttar Pradesh’s Saurabh Kumar and Navdeep Saini. Both Saurabh and Saini are as of now on visit with India An in Bangladesh. Jadeja is as yet recuperating from knee medical procedure he had recently in September, and Shami is nursing a shoulder issue. Shami supported the injury during an instructional meeting in the wake of getting back from Australia, where India lost in the T20 World Cup semi-finals last month.
Saurabh, the left-arm spinner from Uttar Pradesh, could make his presentation as a substitute for Jadeja. He has been a consistent entertainer in the Ranji Prize, and in the continuous informal Test series against Bangladesh A, he has taken ten wickets at a normal of 15.30. Saurabh can likewise contribute with the bat lower down the request, as he exhibited on Thursday with a 39-ball 55 at Sylhet against the Bangladesh-A side.
Whenever advanced, Saini will join Umesh Yadav, Shardul Thakur, and Mohammed Siraj as India’s crease bowling choices for the series. The commander, Rohit Sharma, is sketchy for the Test series opener subsequent to harming his thumb in the second ODI in Mirpur on Wednesday.
Ravindra Jadeja has been down and out subsequent to experiencing a knee injury because of which the southpaw needed to go through knee medical procedure. Rohit has thusly gone to Mumbai to see a trained professional, yet the BCCI is yet to give a report on the situation with his physical issue.
After India lost the ODI series 2-0, Rohit communicated his dismay with India’s developing physical issue list. Deepak Chahar (hamstring strain) and Kuldeep Sen (back strain) are additionally on the rundown. India lost the second match of the ODI series by five hurries to allow Bangladesh its subsequent 50-over design series triumph against the men dressed in blue.