Ravindra Jadeja appeared in the four-match Test series played in Australia last month. During the series, Jadeja (Ravindra Jadeja) had a fracture in the thumb. Jadeja has not fully recovered from injury and will not be available for the rest of the series.
Team India, which suffered a humiliating defeat in the first Test against England, has suffered another major setback.
In fact, Indian team-rounder Ravindra Jadeja will not be able to play the remaining two matches of the Test series against England due to injury.
Ravindra Jadeja was not even included in the first two Tests against England and will no longer be able to play in the third and fourth Test of the series.
Ravindra Jadeja’s exit from the entire Test series is a big blow for Team India. Even in the first Test, India lacked Ravindra Jadeja.
Ravindra Jadeja has scored 1954 runs in 51 Test matches for India at an average of 36.19, including 1 century and 15 half-centuries. His best score was 100 runs. Jadeja has 220 wickets in Test matches and his best performance is 7 wickets for 48 runs.
Jadeja was seen in the four-match Test series played in Australia last month. Jadeja had a fracture in the thumb during the series. Jadeja has not fully recovered from the injury and will not be available for the rest of the series, cricbud reports.
Shahbaz Nadeem was placed in the squad in the first Test against England, but his performance was very poor. Akshar Patel was seen training before the second Test. In the next Test, Akshar Patel can be replaced by Nadeem. The second Test will be played in Chennai from February 13.