It has been reported that India’s fast bowler Mohammed Shami would not be participating in the forthcoming one-day international series against Bangladesh because of a hand injury.
Due to a hand injury, senior fast bowler Mohammed Shami will not be participating in the One-Day International series against Bangladesh, which will begin on Sunday, according to a source from the BCCI on Saturday. It has been discovered that Mohammed Shami sustained the injury while participating in a training session shortly after his return from Australia, where the Indian squad competed in the T20 World Cup and was eliminated in the semifinals. Mohammed Shami could also be unable to play in the following two-match test series, which will begin on December 14 in Chittagong.
“Mohammed Shami has been sidelined with a hand injury that he received shortly after returning to training in Australia during the Twenty20 World Cup. He is expected to report to the NCA, and he did not go with the squad on December 1st as previously planned “a top BCCI source who is familiar with the matter said this to PTI under the condition that they remain anonymous.
Currently, it is unknown how seriously injured Mohammed Shami is
The 33-year-old Bengal speed demon is a crucial cog in India’s ODI machine as they prepare for the 2019 World Cup.
India’s captain, Rohit Sharma, and coach, Rahul Dravid, would be concerned if Shami didn’t play in the Test series, as the team has to win every game to have a chance of making it to the World Test Championship final at the Oval in June.
“Shami’s absence from three ODI games is clearly a problem, but larger worry is his anticipated absence from Tests when he is meant to spearhead the attack in Jasprit Bumrah’s absence,” added the source.
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As of 60 Test matches, Shami has 216 wickets to his name.
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