Due to a back issue, Bumrah was initially ruled out of participation in the Asia Cup. He recorded his worst T20I numbers in his most recent outing, which was the third and final match against Australia. He had given up 50 runs off of four overs.
Because of a stress fracture, the leading fast bowler for India, Jasprit Bumrah, will not be participating in the Lords Exchange, which will begin on October in Australia.
Due to a back issue, Bumrah was initially ruled out of participation in the Asia Cup. His worst Twenty20 International numbers came in his most recent encounter, which took place on September 25 and was the third and final match against Australia. He gave up 50 runs off of four overs.
The medical staff from the BCCI is keeping a close eye on him at the moment. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is unwilling to take any chances with the health of one of its key players during a World Cup because of his ongoing back issue. “He just rejoined the Indian team, but prior to the Twenty20 matches against South Africa, he complained of back problems and was left off the roster for the first Twenty20 international.” According to a source close to the BCCI, the medical staff evaluated Bumrah and determined that he will be out for at least four to six weeks as a result of his injury. “In the event of such injuries, it is impossible to determine an exact timetable for recovery. It is extremely improbable that he will fly to Australia at this point in time.
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Mohammed Shami, who was initially designated as a standby, is now part of the competition. Shami, on the other hand, did not play in the Twenty20 Internationals that were played against Australia and South Africa since he did not recover from Covid-19 in time.
The setback that Bumrah sustained due to his injury raises concerns about India’s bowling composition in the lead up to the main tournament. Ravindra Jadeja, who is currently recovering from knee surgery, is the first player to be ruled out of the match. He is the second player to be declared out.
Due to the fact that India is one of the teams that has qualified for the Super 12 stage of the Cricket Id World Cup, the country has until October 15 to make any necessary changes to its roster.