Mohammad Siraj Navdeep Saini or Umesh Yadav Mohammad Kaif replaces Ishant Sharma for the Australia Test series

The Avas Gavaskar series between India and Australia does not have much time left for the four-Test series. The first match of the series between the two teams will be played in Adelaide from December 1. This will be a day-night test match. India do not have much experience in playing day-night Tests and have played only one game so far. Both teams are struggling with injuries before the start of the Test series. For Australia, openers David Warner and Will Pukowski have been ruled out of the Adelaide Test, with Rohit Sharma in the first two Tests and Test specialist fast bowler Ishant Sharma in the entire series. Meanwhile, former Indian cricketer Mohammad Kaif has named a bowler who could replace Ishant Sharma in the Test series.

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Talking to Sony Sports Network, the Indian team has had a hard time and Mohammad Kaif said, “Umesh Yadav will be the best option for me as the third fast bowler.” He explained the reason and said that Ishant Sharma, who played a key role in the previous series win, is not with the team in this series. Umesh’s association with other fast bowlers Mohammad Shami and Jaspreet Bumrah is also good. With these three fast bowlers, off-spinner R Ashwin and part-time spinner Hanuma Vihari can strengthen the Indian team’s bowling.

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He said that of course Navdeep Saini and Mohammad Siraj have caught everyone’s attention in IPL 2020 at their own pace, but we should not forget that both the bowlers are not experienced while playing Test cricket. Talking about Umesh Yadav, Delhi Capital’s fielding coach Kaif said that he also has good experience of playing Tests, so in the first game, Umesh Yadav should be included in the XI to play with Jaspreet Bumrah and Mohammad Shami. Talking about Umesh’s Test career, he has taken 1,144 wickets in T46 Tests.

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