England vs India: Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane Miss Warm-Up Game vs County XI vs Niggles

England vs India: Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane Miss Warm-Up Game vs County XI vs Niggles

ENG vs IND: Virat Kohli lost the Indian warm-up game.© AFP

Indian captain Virat Kohli and his deputy Ajinkya Rahane rested in India’s first warm-up game against Select County XI due to minor dirt, but Avesh Khan could break his finger while the rest of the day stopped a Hanuma Vihari drive. The BCCI reported on the condition of Kohli and Rahane, both after resting with Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma and Ravichandran Ashwin. “Kohli felt stiffness in his back on Monday evening and the BCCI Medical Team advised him to rest in the three-day warm-up game.

“Captain Ajinkya Rahane has a slight swelling around the upper left mirror. It has been corrected by injection. It is not available in the three-day primary warm-up game,” BCCI Secretary Jay Shah said in a media release. .

“However, the BCCI Medical Team is under control (Rahane) and it is hoped that the first test against England will heal completely well in Nottingham from 4 August,” Shah said.

Since this is a first-class game, it’s not just an opportunity to get into battle and there’s no room for visitors. The Indian red ball team suffered another injury with stand bye pacer Avesh Khan, who went to Select County XI at the ECB, suffered a finger injury, which could lead to a dislocation on the first day of the warm-up match. group.

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Avesh didn’t have much of a first spell when Mayank Agarwal moved to the frontiers before Bowling got a second and third better spell. Due to his third witchcraft in a lunch session, Avesh in reflex action stopped throwing back Vihari’s crushed ball and tried to hurt his burnt finger.


He was seen writhing in pain and Indian Physio came out and his thumb was immediately tied and commentators on Durham County’s ‘YouTube’ channel said it could be a case of a “dislocation of the thumb”.

India has black arms in play to mourn the death of former Indian cricketer and Yashpal Sharma, the 1983 World Cup Hero, who died on July 13 as a result of a cardiac arrest.

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