India may get a shock in the third Test to be held in Rajkot on 15th February, because it is believed that India is considering giving rest to Jasprit Bumrah. He played a key role in India leveling the series in Visakhapatnam, with the fast bowler taking nine wickets in the match – including six wickets of reverse swing on the second day – helping the hosts win by 106 runs. Bumrah, who bowled 57 overs and took 15 wickets in this series, represents an invaluable all-format commodity for India.
But despite India's win with a day remaining, taking the number of breaks between Tests to nine, according to a report in Cricbuzz, the 30-year-old now needs extra time to recharge before playing the final two Tests. What will happen. can be given. With a gap of eight days between those fixtures in Ranchi and Dharamshala, his workload will be spread.If Bumrah is rested for the third match, it could make way for fast bowler Mohammed Siraj, who was dropped from the squad for the second Test. Maybe Mukesh Kumar and Avesh Khan will get a chance
Mohammed Siraj has a better record in Test cricket, especially when it comes to away matches in SENA countries. He has played 17 Test matches away from home and has taken 61 wickets at an average of 28.66. Whereas in India he has played seven Test matches and taken only seven wickets and there is no record of him taking five wickets in home Test matches. He has taken five wickets once each in West Indies, Australia and South Africa and four wickets four times in England.
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