IND vs ENG: Another injured, Team India’s third player out of England tour | News

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The third player from Team India (India vs England) on the England tour has been ruled out of the entire Test series due to injury.

Mumbai, July 22: Team India, which is on a tour of England, has suffered another blow. Team India’s spinner Washington Sundar (Washington Sundar) England are out of the tour. Sundar is the third player to be ruled out due to injury before the start of the first Test. Earlier, opening batsman Shubhaman Gill (Shubhman Gill) And reserve fast bowler Awesh Khan (Avesh Khan) Both have been ruled out due to injuries.

According to the Times of India, Sundar injured his finger on the second day of the practice match between India and County XI. On the first day of the match, Awesh Khan injured his finger. Both Sundar and Awesh were playing for the county team in this match. Some of the players on the county team had to go into isolation after coming in contact with the corona. So both of them were playing for Team India from the county team.

The Washington Sundar had emerged as an all-rounder in the last few months. Sundar had played well in the Test series against Australia and England. Team India has suffered a major setback as he was injured before the start of the tour.

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Who will be the replacement player?

The selection committee had refused to replace Shubhaman Gill after he was injured. Now two more players, Avesh and Sundar, have been ruled out of the tour due to injuries. As a result, India’s 24-member squad for the tour of England has risen to 21. The selection committee will have to reconsider whether to send a substitute to England in the changed circumstances.

Published by:News18 Desk

First published:July 22, 2021, 4:02 PM IST

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