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Where is Jasprit Bumrah ? Vice-Captain was not seen in the Indian camp before the 3rd Test.

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Where is Jasprit Bumrah

Where is Jasprit Bumrah ?

Jasprit Bumrah : India and England will play their third Test match of the five-match series starting on Thursday. Jasprit Bumrah devastated England’s baseball in the second test, which helped India win the series. In the first test, England won. Because of his impressive performance in the second round, Jasprit Bumrah was named Player of the round. Throughout the match, he claimed nine wickets in all. After the second Test, Indian players had a vacation before returning on February 11. However, Jasprit Bumrah has not arrived in Rajkot in time for the third Test.

Cricbuzz reports that Jasprit Bumrah has not arrived in Rajkot for India vs. England’s third Test. Bumrah is permitted to participate in the Wednesday practice, according the report. It has been reported before that Bumrah may take a break.

Where is Jasprit Bumrah

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Should Bumrah be allowed to relax in Rajkot, India?

On the other hand, the Indian think tank has changed its mind on granting relaxations. In the second test, the fast bowler had bowled 32 overs. In addition to missing out on Mohammed Shami and Virat Kohli, the Indian squad also lacks KL Rahul for the third test match. Against England in the first innings of the second Test, Bumrah claimed six wickets for 45 runs. With three wickets in the second innings, Bumrah was a major contributor to India’s triumph.

Bumrah tops ICC Rankings

In the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Test bowling rankings, India’s fastest bowler, Bumrah, was ranked first last week. Being ranked #1 in the ICC rankings Bumrah is the first bowler from India. ICC Test bowling leader Bumrah took the top spot from experienced spinner Ravichandran Ashwin. To overthrow Ashwin from the top rank, Bumrah gained three spots. In the ICC’s Test bowling rankings, Bumrah is the fourth Indian bowler to reach the top. Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, and the late Bishan Singh Bedi accomplished the unprecedented feat before to Bumrah.

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