Ahmedabad, 17/2 (Ao Bureau): After beating England by 317 runs in the Chennai Test, India has equalized the 4-match series (India vs England) 1-1. With this win, the team is expected to play the final of the Test Championship (WTC). Now the eyes are on the Day-Night Test to be held in Ahmedabad. This will be the second pink ball test to be held in India. There may be some changes in Team India’s playing-11 for this match. Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah can make a place in the playing-11 for this test. He was given rest in the second test. Between Corona, Bumrah has been playing continuously since international cricket has returned. Since the start of the tour of Australia, he has already bowled over 180 overs. Seeing their workload, the team management gave them rest in the second even after losing the first Test against England.
Bumrah may be part of the playing-11 in the third Test
One reason for his playing is also that the third test is to be played with the pink ball. Which helps fast bowlers in floodlight. In such a situation, Bumrah can be given a chance to strengthen fast bowling. If this happens, either one of Axar Patel or Kuldeep Yadav will have to sit out of the team. The possibility of playing the Axar as the second spinner is also high. Because he took five wickets in the second Test. In such a situation, Kuldeep Yadav may have to sit out of the team once again. In this situation, the team can land with three fast bowlers Jasprit Bumrah, Ishant Sharma, and Mohammad Siraj. At the same time, the responsibility of spin bowling is on the shoulders of Ravichandran Ashwin and Axar Patel