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India vs West Indies: Jasprit Bumrah and these bowlers are not going to play this series

India is playing a series against South Africa after this India vs West Indies series is going to play in WI in which Jasprit Bumrah is not going to become part of a team.

In South Africa, the performance including Jasprit Bumrah was almost fine. But, as expected, the entire team could not live up to the expectations and India lost both the series.

Now Team India has to face West Indies. this series is going to start on February 6, this series is a 3-match ODI series against the Caribbean team on its own soil.

These bowlers don’t get part in India vs West Indies series

Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s performance against South Africa was very poor.

According to some news sources, fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar is almost certain to be cut from the team.

That edge could not be seen from his ball. That’s why he was dropped from the third ODI as well. There was also news of Jasprit Bumrah being out of the Windies tour.

Ravindra Jadeja will also probably not be seen against West Indies.

At the same time, there is less possibility of Hardik Pandya’s return to the team Because both these players are not total fit

Rohit Sharma is getting back on the team in India vs West Indies series

There is to be a 3-match T20 series between India and West Indies. For which the team can be announced soon.

Meanwhile, such reports are coming out that the main fast bowler of the Indian team can be rested.

At the same time, Rohit Sharma, who has been overcome with the problem of injury, is sure to return in this series.

This will be his first series as captain full-time. Rohit Sharma was battling a hamstring injury during the South Africa tour.

Rohit Sharma is all fit for the upcoming India and West Indies tour.

India vs West Indies this bowler get a chance in this series

Washington Sundar’s return to Team India is also believed to be fixed. Apart from this, Axar Patel has also become completely fit and he can be given a chance in playing.

Mohammed Shami, who was rested in the ODI series against South Africa, may return in the West Indies series.

According to some sources of News9,

“The team is paying a lot of attention to the workload of every player. T20 World Cup and IPL are very close. So the coming few months are going to be very difficult for the players. Jasprit Bumrah has done the most overs in the South Africa series. That’s why it is important to give them rest. But, Shami will be back on the team.