India has suffered another major setback before the second test. Navdeep Saini, who was included in Team India after a long time, has been ruled out of the second Test match due to muscle strain. Navdeep Saini will now directly reach the National Cricket Academy, Bengaluru.
A two test match series is being played between India and Bangladesh. India has won the first test match. At the same time, the second match will start on 22 December. Rohit Sharma, who was injured in the ODI series, will not be able to play in the second Test match as well. BCCI has confirmed Rohit Sharma’s absence from the second test. The BCCI has clearly stated that Rohit Sharma is still under the supervision of the medical team. Rohit Sharma had injured his left thumb during the ODI series. According to the information, it may take some time for Rohit Sharma to be fully fit. KL Rahul is leading the Indian team in the absence of Rohit Sharma.
However, before the second Test, India has suffered another major setback. Navdeep Saini, who was included in Team India after a long time, has been ruled out of the second Test match due to muscle strain. Navdeep Saini will now directly reach the National Cricket Academy, Bengaluru. Navdeep Saini will be medically monitored here. Recently, in the absence of Rohit Sharma, Abhimanyu Easwaran was included in the team. The second Test match between India and Bangladesh will be played in Dhaka from 22 to 26 December.
Talking about the first Test match, India won it by 188 runs and took a 1-0 lead in the series. Kuldeep Yadav was given the man of the match in this match. While Shreyas Iyer batted brilliantly in the first innings, Cheteshwar Pujara and Shubman Gill scored brilliant centuries in the second innings. Bangladesh tour has not been good for India. India was defeated in the ODI series. Bangladesh won by 1 wicket in the first ODI. Won by 5 runs in second ODI. The third ODI went in favor of India. In the third ODI, India defeated Bangladesh by 227 runs. Ishaan Kishan scored a double century in this match.