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India tour of Australia 2020-21

Australia vs India, 1st Test


Fast bowler sustained injury while batting on day three in Adelaide

Fast bowler Mohammed Shami has been ruled out of the rest of India’s tour of Australia. It is understood Shami has suffered a fracture on his right forearm, which was revealed after he underwent scans immediately after the Adelaide Test ended. The news will come as a crushing blow for India, who lost that Test inside three days after being bowled out for their lowest Test total ever.

The BCCI is yet to make an announcement on the development. As for Shami’s replacement, the team management has to pick one from the trio of uncapped players: Kartik Tyagi, T Natarajan and Shardul Thakur. Incidentally neither of these three fast men were part of the original Test squad. Both Natarajan and Thakur stayed back after the white-ball leg of the Australia tour to join Tyagi as net bowlers.


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