Bumrah was dropped from the team due to injury after the Test series against West Indies in August.
Indian team will play three T20s from Sri Lanka and three one-day series from Australia in January
Dainik BhaskarDec 23, 2019, 06:30 PM IST Sports Desk. Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah has returned to the team after four months. He has been included in the squad for T20 against Sri Lanka and ODI series against Australia. Shikhar Dhawan has also returned to the team for the T20 series against Sri Lanka. At the same time, opener Rohit Sharma and fast bowler Mohammad Shami have been rested. Rohit became the man of the series against the West Indies in the ODI series that ended on Sunday.
Chief selector MSK Prasad on Monday gave the team information for both series to be held in January. However, the full list has not been released yet. Bumrah was injured in August following the Test series against the West Indies. He was seen practicing with Team India ahead of the second ODI played against the West Indies this month in Visakhapatnam.
"India will not have enough bench strength, problem for next 6-7 years" MSK Prasad said, "India has enough bench strength. There will be no problem in any format for the next 6-7 years. ”Dhawan Syed Mushtaq Ali was injured during the trophy. His knee was hurt. Even after that he was kept in the T20 and ODI series against the West Indies, but later he had to be dropped. The Indian team will play T20 against Sri Lanka on 5, 7 and 10 January. After this, there will be three ODIs from Australia from 14 to 19 January.
'A specialist will be hired to improve Pant's keeping', the chief selector said, 'a specialist will be employed to improve Rishabh Pant's keeping. He needs to improve in Kemping. 'Pant has also worked with Kiran More before this. Pant was criticized for his last ODI against West Indies in Cuttack. He had dropped two catches. Due to his poor keeping, Dhoni-Dhoni's slogans were raised in the stadium.