India skipper Rohit Sharma is probably going to be controlled out of the two-match Test series against Bangladesh beginning December 14 because of a separated thumb. KL Rahul will step in to lead the side in Rohit’s nonappearance. India lead trainer Rahul Dravid has previously affirmed that Rohit won’t take any part in the third and last ODI against Bangladesh on Saturday. Rohit put forth a chivalrous attempt by scoring an unbeaten 51 off 28 balls coming to bat at No. 9 with a vigorously taped left thumb.
The accomplished right-hander supported the injury while endeavoring to take a catch of Bangladesh opener Anamul Haque Bijoy, while remaining at the second slip in the second over of the match. The veteran opener strolled off the field in torment and had no further impact in the Bangladesh innings. He was taken for checks, which uncovered a separation yet not a crack. Rohit didn’t open the batting yet emerged to bat at No.9 and hit five sixes. His innings, in any case, was adequately not to accept India over the line as the guests lost the match by five hurries to capitulate to consecutive ODI series misfortune in Bangladesh.
The greater worry for India, be that as it may, will be the Test matches. In the event that Rohit doesn’t recuperate on time, the selectors could choose to call India A commander Abhimanyu Easwaran as his reinforcement in the crew.
“Abhimanyu Easwaran has scored consecutive hundreds in the continuous A Test series and is an opener. No doubt, he will join the crew in Chattogram subsequent to completing his second A Test in Sylhet,” a senior BCCI source told PTI on states of namelessness
India’s bowling might have a seriously exhausted look as Ravindra Jadeja, who hasn’t played a solitary match since going through knee medical procedure, will play the Test matches immediately.
While Axar Patel is now in the crew, Saurabh Kumar could be brought in from the A group as a reinforcement avoided arm spinner except if some with regards to confine thinking brings Suryakumar Yadav the blend. Surya has proactively affirmed that he will play Mumbai’s second Ranji Prize game this season.