Jasprit Bumrah rested in second ODI against Australia, Mukesh Kumar in the team

Just minutes before the toss in the second ODI between India and Australia, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) confirmed that the marquee pacer Jasprit Bumrah Will not be a part of the match to be held at Holkar Stadium in Indore. Bumrah has been in the headlines ever since his return to the Indian team on the Ireland tour. Although the fast bowler has performed well at various stages, it is important to get him back in shape for the Indian team’s plans for the ODI World Cup. asia cup Bumrah became a father during. Because of this he had to leave the middle matches. BCCI had given him leave to spend time with his family. However, Bumrah had joined the team in the last important matches. This time India won the Asia Cup title for a record eighth time. Bumrah played an important role in the Asia Cup. With his return the fast bowling unit of the team has become much stronger.

Bumrah will return in the third match

Now once again Bumrah has been rested in the middle of the series. But, there is nothing to worry about. Bumrah has not been dropped because of chat. BCCI confirmed that Bumrah has gone to meet his family. And understanding his need, the team management has given him leave for one match. The board also confirmed that the fast bowler will join the team back in Rajkot for the third ODI.

BCCI gave update

BCCI posted on Twitter before the toss in the second ODI, ‘Mr. Jasprit Bumrah did not go to Indore with the team for the second ODI against Australia. He had gone to meet his family and the team management had given him a short break. For the second ODI, fast bowler Mukesh Kumar has joined the team as a replacement for Bumrah. Bumrah will join the team for the last ODI in Rajkot.

Mukesh Kumar got place in the team

While Mukesh Kumar came into the team as Bumrah’s replacement, Prasidh Krishna replaced him in the playing eleven. It was Australia’s acting captain Steve Smith who won the toss and opted to bowl first. Captain Smith said after the toss that we will bowl. The weather is quite hot. Looks like a good wicket, chasing the target will be great. If dew comes then it will help while chasing the target. We want to win but we also want to try a different combination. There have been some changes.

KL Rahul said this

India’s captain for the series, KL Rahul, said that he too would have opted to bowl had he won the toss. Considering the size of the field, if we bowl first we will try to score big. It is a good wicket. We have made only one change from the last game. Jasprit has been rested, and Prasidh Krishna has joined the playing eleven. It is good for all of us that the batsmen will have to spend some time in the middle.

australia playing eleven

David Warner, Matthew Short, Steven Smith (captain), Marnus Labuschagne, Josh Inglis, Alex Carey (wicketkeeper), Cameron Green, Sean Abbott, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood, Spencer Johnson.

India’s playing eleven

Shubman Gill, Ruturaj Gaikwad, Shreyas Iyer, KL Rahul (wicketkeeper/captain), Ishan Kishan, Suryakumar Yadav, Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Shardul Thakur, Mohammed Shami, Prasidh Krishna.

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