There is not much time left for the Border-Gavaskar Series series of four Test matches between India and Australia. The first match of the series between the two teams will be played in Adelaide from 17 December. It will be a day-night test match. India does not have much experience of playing day-night Test matches and has played only one match so far. Both teams are going through an injury problem before the Test series begins. For Australia, openers David Warner and Will Pukowski have been ruled out of the Adelaide Test, while Rohit Sharma has been in the first two Tests and Test specialist fast bowler Ishant Sharma has been out of the entire series. Meanwhile, former India team cricketer Mohammad Kaif has named the bowler who can replace Ishant Sharma in the Test series.
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Talking to ‘Sony Sports Network’ on the issue that has been difficult for the Indian team, Mohammad Kaif has said, “The best option for me as a third paceer would be Umesh Yadav.” He explained the reason for this and said that Ishant Sharma, who played a key role in the previous series win, is not with the team in this series. Umesh’s association with other fast bowlers Mohammad Shami and Jaspreet Bumrah is also very good. With these three fast bowlers, off-spinner R Ashwin and part-time spinner Hanuma Vihari can strengthen the bowling of the Indian team.
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He said that of course Navdeep Saini and Mohammad Siraj have caught everyone’s attention with their speed in IPL 2020, but we should keep in mind that both the bowlers are not experienced at all in playing Test cricket. Talking about Umesh Yadav here, Kaif, the fielding coach of Delhi Capitals said that he also has a good experience of playing Test, so in the first match, Umesh Yadav should get a place in the playing XI along with Jaspreet Bumrah and Mohammed Shami. Talking about Umesh’s Test career, he has taken 144 wickets in 46 Tests so far.