Unfavorable news for India arrived the day before the first ODI against Bangladesh. Mohammed Shami, the team’s primary fast bowler, will not play in the three-match ODI series. Shami was hurt during the training session, according to PTI. Consequently, he will be unable to participate in the ODI series.
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Additionally, India must play Bangladesh in a two-Test series, and Shami may not be available for this matchup as well. Shami’s injury’s extent is still unknown. Shami is a crucial member of Team India as they prepare for the ODI World Cup that will be hosted the following year.
The Indian team is returning from its trip to Bangladesh with its regular captain, Rohit Sharma, and its key players. Mohammed Shami was a member of the team that competed in the T20 World Cup in Australia. He did not, however, participate in the New Zealand tour. A source close to the BCCI reportedly told the PTI that Shami damaged his hand while practicing following the T20 World Cup. The National Cricket Academy requested that he report there (NCA). Shami decided against traveling to Bangladesh on December 1 with the Indian team for this reason.
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Also possible to be out of the test series
Mohammed Shami’s injury has not yet been fully determined. After the ODI against Bangladesh, India has two Test matches, and Shami might not participate in this series too. In Test matches without Jasprit Bumrah, Shami must be the leader of the fast-bowling unit. In such a scenario, Rohit Sharma, the captain, and Rahul Dravid, the coach, may become more worried if the player does not recover in time.
In fact, for Team India to have any chance of reaching the ICC World Test Championship final, they must win every game. Beginning on December 14, the first Test in the series versus Bangladesh will be played.