Concussion and dodgy hamstring may keep Ravindra Jadeja out of 1st Test vs Australia

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Concussion and dodgy hamstring may keep Ravindra Jadeja out of 1st Test vs Australia

 

Concussion and dodgy hamstring may keep Ravindra Jadeja out of 1st Test vs AustraliaRavindra Jadeja could miss half of the Test series vs Australia if the hamstring injury turns out to be critical. (File Picture/PTI)

Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja is more likely to miss the opening Test in opposition to Australia owing to the concussion and hamstring damage that he sustained in the course of the opening T20 Worldwide in Canberra.

The 32-year-old, who’s on the cusp of his 50th Test, is more likely to be out for at the least three weeks which definitely guidelines him out of the primary Day/Evening Test in Adelaide beginning December 17.

In case it seems to be a hamstring tear, it may nicely rule him out of the second Boxing Day Test in Melbourne from December 26.

“As per ICC’s concussion protocols, after any head damage, a participant must be rested for 7 to 10 days, which successfully guidelines Jadeja out of the three-day day/night time warm-up recreation on the SCG from December 11,” a BCCI supply advised PTI on situations of anonymity.

Subsequently, it’s after unattainable that the Indian staff administration would discipline Jadeja, with none warm-up recreation time forward of the opening Test,” the supply added.

However, greater than a concussion, it’s understood that the hamstring damage is more likely to hold Jadeja out of motion for at the least one Test if not two.

In truth, one of many on-air commentators, in the course of the second day of the warm-up recreation between India A and Australia A, mentioned that “information is Jadeja is out for 3 weeks” attributable to a concussion.

However, as per BCCI sources, whereas he’s recovering nicely from the concussion, to be totally matched from a dodgy hamstring could take a while.

Jadeja has been an everyday function at any time when India has gone with a single spinner in abroad Test matches.

In 49 Tests, he has taken 213 wickets and scored 1869 runs with 100 and 14 fifties at a median of 35.26.

Jadeja’s damage will definitely imply that Ravichandran Ashwin would be the single spinner as he had regarded stronger than younger left-armer Kuldeep Yadav in the course of the warm-up match in opposition to Australia A

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