As India were preparing to face Bangladesh on home turf, many of Indian star players were forced to ruled out of the series, some have been given rest and some have been ruled out because of injury. Indian fast bowler JaspritBumrah has sustained a minor stress fracture in his lower back. Because of this injury he was ruled out from the Gandhi-Mandela test series against South Africa.
Bumrah’s injury is a significant blow to India. Since making his Test debut in January 2018, the 25-year-old has quickly established himself as one of the world cricket’s leading fast bowlers, snapping up 62 wickets in 12 Tests at an average of 19.24.
Jasprit Bumrah last series before getting injured was against West Indies. In that test Jasprit Bumrah entered record books when he picked up his maiden Test hat-trick on Day 2 of the ongoing second Test against West Indies at Sabina Park in Kingston.
Here we have update on Jasprit Bumrah’s injury
According to a statement from chief of India’s selection panel MSK Prasad in which he confirmed that the pacer unlikely to return to the action before next month.In 2020 Indian team will kick-off its first series by facing New Zealandin New Zealand which starts on January 24 with five-match Twenty20 series, and after then a challenging test series. Bumrah will made himself available for this tour for India according to MSK Prasad.
“He (Bumrah) is gradually getting back to full fitness, though we need to hear from the people working on his recovery. His return cannot be before next month as we are still waiting for a report on him. But of course, he is expected to be back for the New Zealand series, ” MSK Prasad.