Suryakumar Yadav says Jasprit Bumrah is fit ahead of 2nd T20I Match against Australia at Nagpur


Team India will go to play the second T20 match in Nagpur tomorrow i.e. Friday 23 September. It is a do or die match for Team India, because if India loses this match then the series will be in the name of Australia, while winning the match will make the series equal and in this situation the third and last T20 of the series to be held in Hyderabad. The match will be a series decider, in which a different thrill will be seen. However, before this, Suryakumar Yadav has given a half-incomplete good news for Team India.

Explosive batsman Suryakumar Yadav has given an update about Jasprit Bumrah’s fitness. India had missed Jasprit Bumrah in the first T20 match, as he has returned to the team after injury, but was not fully fit to play the match. In such a situation, he could not play the first match, but Suryakumar Yadav has now dismissed Jasprit Bumrah’s fitness concerns and said that there is nothing to worry about.

Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah is all set to take the field after recovering from a back injury. In the virtual press conference held before the second T20I match, when Suryakumar Yadav was asked about Bumrah’s fitness and what is the team’s plan regarding Umesh Yadav in the T20 team, he said, “I have to take the team management’s plan on any player. There is no information about it. This is not my department. The answer to this question can be given by the physio and the team management.

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He further said about Bumrah, “The atmosphere in the team is good and all the players are fit and ready for the second match.” On being asked again about Bumrah, Surya said, “He is completely ready, don’t worry. No problem.” In this press conference, Suryakumar defended the bowlers, saying, “Actually after the last match we didn’t have any discussion, but there was dew in the ground. You have to give credit to Australia’s batting order, they played aggressive cricket.”

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