Jasprit Bumrah celebrated Raksha Bandhan two days earlier as he has been known as for “Workforce India duties” and the quick bowler “could not miss out on celebrating” the pageant along with his sister Juhika. “Workforce India duties means I will not be right here for Raksha Bandhan however I simply could not miss out on celebrating with you, Juhika. Thanks for all the time being there for me,” Jasprit Bumrah wrote on Twitter. Jasprit Bumrah, who wasn’t a part of the limited-overs sequence towards the West Indies, will be part of the Take a look at squad within the Caribbean for a two-match Take a look at sequence, beginning August 22.
Workforce India duties means I will not be right here for Raksha Bandhan however I simply could not miss out on celebrating with you, Juhika. Thanks for all the time being there for me. pic.twitter.com/ZkBMW0Xp3r
— Jasprit Bumrah (@Jaspritbumrah93) August 13, 2019
Previous to the sequence that can mark the start of the World Take a look at Championship for each India and the West Indies, India will play a three-day apply match towards the West Indies Cricket Board President XI in Antigua from August 17 to 19.
Beneath the captaincy of Virat Kohli, India swept the three-match T20 Worldwide sequence Three-Zero and can tackle the West Indies within the last match of the three-match One-day Worldwide sequence on Wednesday.
India at the moment lead the sequence 1-Zero as the primary ODI was washed out after 13 overs of play on the Windfall Stadium in Guyana.
The 25-year-old quick bowler has cemented his place within the quantity one-ranked Take a look at staff in a brief span of time. Having performed solely 10 Take a look at matches to this point, Bumrah has claimed 49 wickets with a powerful financial system of two.66 runs per over.
Bumrah was rested for the ODI and T20I sequence towards the West Indies as part of a workload administration programme after the World Cup 2019. Bumrah, ranked primary within the ODI rankings, helped India attain the semi-finals within the World Cup within the UK.