Indian quick bowler Jasprit Bumrah has been refreshed for the expected ODI arrangement against Australia and New Zealand because of remaining task at hand.
Bumrah, who remained the best bowler in the ongoing Border-Gavaskar Trophy, grabbed 21 wickets at a normal of 17 and strike-rate of 44.9.
“Remembering the remaining task at hand of the bowler (Bumrah), it was best felt to give him satisfactory rest in front of the home arrangement against Australia,” a BCCI articulation said on Tuesday.
Bumrah has been supplanted by Mohammed Siraj, who has played three T20I so far since his global bow against New Zealand a year ago. Siraj has additionally delighted in a decent keep running with India An in New Zealand, taking seven wickets in three top of the line diversions.
The selectors have likewise called up Siddarth Kaul, who has substantiated himself against New Zealand A for the three-coordinate T20I arrangement. He completed with seven wickets from three List An amusements, with a best of 4/37.
“Mohammed Siraj will swap Bumrah in the squad for the Australia and New Zealand visit. Siddarth Kaul has additionally been drafted into the squad for the 3-coordinate T20I arrangement against New Zealand,” the announcement included.
India and Australia are slated to play a three-coordinate ODI arrangement from January 12 to 18. The Men in Blue will at that point visit to New Zealand to play five-coordinate ODI arrangement and three-coordinate T20Is, beginning from January 23.