𝕁𝕚𝕠𝕋𝕧𝕧𝕚𝕟𝕖𝕖 – Ravindra Jadeja, the most dangerous all-rounder of the Indian cricket team, can bat on the last day of the third Test match against the Australian team, if necessary.
However, he was ruled out of the first 2 Tests against England in February. Ravindra Jadeja suffered a thumb injury while batting in the first innings of the third Test match being played against the Australian team at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
The same Rishabh Pant suffered an injury to Pat Cummins’ arm. That is why Wriddhiman Saha, the former wicket-keeper player, replaced Rishabh Pant as the wicketkeeper.
While Mayank Agarwal fielding in place of Ravindra Jadeja. According to the Board of Control for Cricket in India.
The agency was told that Jadeja can take the pen killer on the ground against Australia on the last day if needed.
Let us tell you that Jadeja took 4 wickets while bowling in the first innings against the Australian team.
In February, Jadeja has been ruled out of two Tests in the home series against England. His left-hand thumb has been factored in while batting.
According to doctors, he has been asked to rest for at least 4-6 weeks. The Test series to be played against the England cricket team will begin on February 4 from Chennai ground.
The same Indian team’s acting captain Ajinkya Rahane said that Rishabh Pant can come on the field to bat on the fifth day.
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Rishabh Pant practiced a lot on the nets on the fourth day. However, in his second innings against the Australian team, Wriddhiman Shaha has wicketkeeping.
Before the start of cricket in Sydney, wicket-keeper batsman Lokesh Rahul was also injured during practice. After which, in the series of 4 Test matches, two Tests were dropped.
Earlier, the Indian team’s fast bowlers Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav were also out of the Test series due to injuries.
Shami suffered an injury while batting in the first Test. While Umesh Yadav was injured while bowling.
Whereas by the end of the fourth day of the third match being played at the Sydney Cricket Ground, the Indian team has lost 2 wickets for 98 runs.
While 309 runs are still needed to win. And the same Ajankya Rahane and Cheteshwar Pujara are present at the crease.