Bhuvneshwar Kumar made a comeback to the Indian T20 side in the England series after missing out for a long time due to injury concerns. Bhuvneshwar has always been in the eyes of the selectors and hasn’t been at his prime best since his return. He did a decent job in the second T20, picking up an early wicket of Jos Buttler in the first over the innings.
Bhuvneshwar’s main strength has been the ability to swing the ball both ways and he must be aware of it to get his going. However, he hasn’t had international match practice for a long time, and India will be looking to give him an extended run to get into his groove. He will be an important member of the Indian limited-overs set up especially with the T20 World Cup coming up and hence is likely to stage a comeback into the Indian ODI side.