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India vs Australia: KL Rahul Ruled Out Of Ongoing Test Series Against Australia Due To Injury

3rd Test Match: ruled out of Border-Gavaskar Trophy, Rohit Sharma, Risabh Pant & T Natrajan are playing 3rd Test? 

  • ruled out of ongoing Test series against Australia
  • sprained his left wrist while batting in the nets at the MCG
  • The BCCI said he will need about three weeks time to recover completely

India’s tour of Australia, 2020-21

ruled out of ongoing Test series against Australia

Third clashed against Australis in longer formate and, In New Years 2021 India wants to announce new playing11 including important batsmen as well as Wicket Keeper KL Rahul. In the absence of main Skipper Virat Kholi, Ajinkya Rahane wants to go with their best playing11. 

hyper-extended his left wrist while batting in the nets at the MCG during group India’s training meeting on Saturday. The wicketkeeper-Batsmen won’t be accessible for the excess two trials of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy as he will require around three weeks to recuperate totally and recapture original capacity. 

going to replace Risbah Pant in playing11. Unfortunately, KL Rahul gets injured and, it takes time to recover. India squad in big trouble. 

As indicated by a Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) report, the BCCI is required to take an ‘even-minded methodology’ should it discover the players penetrated the conventions. The report further adds that the players can’t be endorsed by Australia regardless of whether they are seen as blameworthy as they are not their workers and the BCCI is probably not going to suspend any player with the third Test booked to begin one week from now.  

3rd Test

The Indian group will be flying out to Sydney from Melbourne together on Monday alongside the five players, who were put under separation on Saturday. While the examination by the BCCI and CA keeps on deciding if there was a break or not, every one of the five players will be permitted to play 

Already, Five Indian players have been set in confinement following an affirmed bio-bubble break in Melbourne. Newly-appointed Test vice-captain Rohit Sharma, wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant, pacer Navdeep Saini and young batsmen Prithvi Shaw and Shubman Gill are the five players who have been placed in isolation.


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