The Test series to be played against is to start from August 4. But even before that, Team India is facing many big setbacks one after the other. Which can become a big challenge for the management on this tour. The series has not even started, the news of another player getting injured has surprised the fans. What is the complete update, know through this report…
Team India is getting constant shocks
Actually Shubman Gill has already been out of the entire tour due to injury. After this, there was news of Avesh Khan’s injury on Wednesday. The fans were not even able to recover from this, now reports of injury of Washington Sundar have also come to the fore. According to the report quoted by ‘Times of India’, now he will not be able to play the Test series against England.
For your information, let us tell you that Team India’s all-rounder Washington Sundar and stand-by fast bowler Avesh Khan were both part of the practice match in Durham. These days the players were included in the County Select XI. But, now Sundar has also been out of England tour along with Avesh Khan due to a finger injury.
Shubman Gill was out of the series two weeks ago
Two weeks ago, Shubman Gill was also ruled out of the England tour due to injury. Even now he has returned to his country. After Gill’s exit from this series, the board had refused to accept the decision taken by the BCCI to send any other player. In such a situation, what action will the BCCI take after the setback to Team India in the form of Washington Sundar and Avesh Khan. Everyone’s eyes will be fixed on this.
Let us tell you that for the tour of England, the board had announced a 24-member team. But after the injury of 3 players, now this number has come down to 21. In such a situation, many types of questions are also standing in front of the management. Because a new strain of Corona has given diarrhea in Britain. Recently, Team India’s wicketkeeper and batsman Pant has recovered from the corona epidemic. In such a situation, getting the series done is not less than a big question.