IND VS AUS 2nd T20I Today, Jasprit Bumrah Fit To Play

IND VS AUS 2nd T20I Today, Jasprit Bumrah Fit To Play

Ind vs Aus 2nd T20I: Challenge To Save The Series Against Australia. Jasprit Bumrah is fit now and his return is sure. Bhuvneshwar may be on leave.

When the Indian team plays against Australia in the second T20 match of the three-match series on Friday, it will face the challenge of saving the series. The Indian team had to face defeat in the first T20. The thing to notice is that India had faced the fourth consecutive defeat at the hands of Australia on the home ground.

All chances of changes in bowling

According to a report, star fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah has fully recovered from the injury. Bumrah is set to return in the playing XI for the second T20. Veteran medium pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who is bowling consistently poorly, may be dropped from the playing XI. Bhuvi conceded 52 runs in 4 overs in the first match against Australia.

Suryakumar Yadav said Bumrah is ready to return

Indian batsman Suryakumar Yadav said that pacer Jasprit Bumrah is completely fit. He said in the press conference on Thursday that Bhumra is ready to play and there is nothing to worry about his fitness now.

One of Harshal and Umesh will be out

Harshal Patel and Umesh Yadav also proved to be very expensive in the last match. Harshal Patel gave 49 runs in four overs while Umesh gave 24 runs in 2 overs.

Deepak may be at stake – Team Management: Medium pacer Deepak Chahar can be included in the playing XI. Deepak played T20 against Bangladesh in Nagpur in 2019 and took 6 wickets for 7 runs.

Fifth Defeat Challenge

India has consistently lost to Australia in the last four matches at home. India played a total of 4 T20s in Nagpur so far in which two were won and two were lost. Team India has lost 3 out of the last four T20 matches. India has played 24 T20Is against Australia of which 13 have won, 10 have been lost, and one has been inconclusive.

Chances of rain: There is a threat of rain on the match to be held on Friday. On Thursday, the practice session had to be canceled due to rain.

150+ will be a good score: 150 runs is considered a good score in Nagpur. In the last three matches played here, the teams batting first have won.

Wife furious at Bhuvi’s criticism

Fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar is being heavily criticized on social media for his poor performance. Bhuvneshwar did not say anything about the constant criticism but his wife Nupur retaliated. Nupur wrote on Instagram, nowadays people are completely rejected and have no work. They are so empty that they have a lot of time to spread hatred and jealousy. My advice to all of them is that no one cares about your words or your being. So it would be good if you spend this time improving yourself.

IPL: Due to Corona, all the teams were unable to play in their home for the last 3 years

The league will return to its old form in 2023, all the teams will play on the home ground. After the corona epidemic, the Indian Premier League (IPL) has also started coming back on track. The BCCI made it clear on Thursday that the league will return to its old form in the IPL 2023 season and all franchise teams will get a chance to play at their home ground.

Due to Corona, IPL matches were confined to a few grounds for the last three seasons. Last season the number of teams in the league also increased to 10. Last season the new team Gujarat Titans won the title.