IND vs ENG: Ravindra Jadeja may be out of the third test also, KL Rahul ready to return


IND vs ENG: Ravindra Jadeja may be out of the third test also, KL Rahul ready to return

Ravindra Jadeja: Another bad news has emerged for the Indian team which is struggling with injuries in the Test series against England. The team’s star all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja may be out of the third test. Jadeja was injured on the fourth day of the first Test of the series. After this he was out of the second test. Jadeja is currently in the National Cricket Academy (NCA) Bangalore and is undergoing rehab. KL Rahul was also injured in the first test of the series and was ruled out of the second test. However, Rahul may return in the third Test.

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Jadeja may take time to recover
According to Cricbuzz report, Jadeja’s hamstring injury may take longer to heal. Hamstring problems usually take four to eight weeks to heal. In such a situation, Jadeja may have to stay out of the field for a long time. Due to injury, Jadeja may miss the third Test to be held in his home town Rajkot. If Jadeja is still not fully fit, then he may be out of the fourth Test to be held in Ranchi from 23 to 27 February.

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KL Rahul can play the third test
According to the report, fast bowler Mohammed Shami, who is suffering from an ankle injury, will not be available for any Test of the series. He is currently in London. However, there is no information yet about his surgery. It is believed that he is undergoing treatment for his ankle through injection. There is no update yet on Virat Kohli, who is taking a break from the first 2 Tests of the series. If the news is to be believed, KL Rahul’s condition is not worrisome. He may be available for the third Test starting from February 15. According to the BCCI, Rahul complained of pain in his right quadriceps, which is related to his thigh surgery in 2022. In such a situation the board is not taking any risk. Rahul has also joined NCA. There is enough time between the second and third Test, so there are more chances of Rahul’s recovery.

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