Jasprit Bumrah and Shreyas Iyer Return: Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah and batsman Shreyas Iyer are now on the way to return to the team. Both the players were struggling with their respective back injuries. At the same time, after the surgery, both the Indian players are getting closer to their fitness due to the ongoing rehab at the National Cricket Academy (NCA). In such a situation, it seems difficult for both of them to come back in the series to be played against West Indies, but the return of Bumrah and Shreyas Iyer in Asia Cup 2023 is considered to be certain.
According to ‘ESPNcricinfo’, the medical staff of the National Cricket Academy is happy with the recovery of both Bumrah and Shreyas Iyer. In such a situation, a lot of expectations are being raised about the return of both of them in the Asia Cup to be held from 31 August.
Bumrah played the last match in September 2022
Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah played his last international match in September 2022 against Australia as T20 International. After this, he underwent back surgery in New Zealand in March this year. According to reports, Bumrah is mainly doing physiotherapy, but recently he has also started light bowling. Gradually his bowling workload will increase.
Iyer was injured in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy
Please tell that Shreyas was out of the team this year through the Border-Gavaskar Trophy played against Australia. Iyer was troubled by a lower back injury, due to which he had to be ruled out of the last Test match of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. Then in May, Iyer had surgery in London. According to reports, he is currently undergoing physiotherapy.
Team India will get a lot of benefit from the return of Iyer and Bumrah
Team India will benefit greatly from the return of pacer Jasprit Bumrah and batsman Shreyas. After the Asia Cup, the ODI World Cup is to be played in India only. In such a situation, both the players can prove to be very effective for the team in the mega tournament.
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