Mohammad Shami Requested The Team Management For The Rest In IND Vs WI Series Here Know Latest News

Mohammad Shami, IND vs WI: Team India faced defeat in the World Test Championship final against Australia. At the same time, now the Indian team led by Rohit Sharma will go on a tour of West Indies. On this tour, Team India will play ODI and T20 series apart from Test matches with the host West Indies. However, the Indian team has been announced for this tour. At the same time, now in the meantime big news related to Indian fast bowler Mohammad is coming out.

Why does Mohammed Shami need rest from West Indies tour?

According to the Indian Express, Indian team’s fast bowler Mohammed Shami has requested the Indian team management to rest him from the West Indies tour. Mohammed Shami says that the schedule of the Indian team is very busy since September, in this regard he wants rest so that he can keep himself fresh. Fast bowler Mohammed Shami has been selected for the Indian team’s tour of the West Indies, but now this bowler has put his point in front of the team management.

World Cup to be held in October-November this year

Significantly, this year the World Cup 2023 is to be organized on Indian soil. Although, the schedule has not been announced yet, but it is believed that the tournament can be organized in the month of October-November. On Monday, news agency ANI reported that the World Cup will be played on 12 grounds in India against 2023. While the final match of this tournament will be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Apart from this, the semi-finals will be played at Eden Garden Kolkata and Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Apart from Ahmedabad, ODI World Cup 2023 will be held in Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Dharamshala, Lucknow, Pune, Trivandrum and Guwahati.

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