IND vs AUS: Jasprit Bumrah Doubtful For The IPL 2023 And WTC Final As Comeback Might Take Longer

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Jasprit Bumrah. (Photo: Twitter)

Jasprit Bumrah’s injury seems to be more severe than it first seemed, and he could be sidelined for more than anticipated. The Indian Premier League (IPL), which will start in just over a month and last through April and May, is currently in grave question for the India spearhead. If India advances to the World Test Championship (WTC) final in the UK in June, it’s even possible that he won’t be healthy enough to play.

Jasprit Bumrah has been absent from international competition for over five months, and sources close to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the IPL have said that he is currently not feeling well and is anticipating a lengthy break.

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NCA Not Giving The Green Signal To Jasprit Bumrah

According to reports, the Indian squad wants to prepare him for the World Cup in October-November, if not strictly for the Asia Cup, wherever it takes place.

Jasprit Bumrah last represented his nation on September 25 in a T20I match against Australia, and Cricbuzz recently claimed that the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru has not cleared him for the three ODI matches against Australia in March. Nevertheless, according to the most recent intelligence, things have not quite gone as expected, therefore the NCA is not going to press him into taking immediate action.

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As Jasprit Bumrah was only going to be delivering four overs every game and the initial idea was to allow him to manage the workload gradually, it was first believed that the situation wouldn’t be all that awful if he returned to participate in the IPL.

The BCCI, NCA, and Indian team management are now developing a precisely organised schedule for his return, although it will now take more time.

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