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The team will play the first T20 match against England for the Ireland series.: India will clash with England in three T20 Internationals and as many ODIs.

“The team playing the T20I series in Ireland will be in the first T20I and then from the second T20I, all the stars (Rohit, if fit, Kohli, Bumrah, Pant, Jadeja) will return,” According to a BCCI source.

“Once they are well rested, they will all be part of the regular white-ball side, but in Ireland most of the players will remain until the end of the T20I series.”

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India vs England: Jasprit Bumrah will lead India, Rohit Sharma again ruled out of fifth Test after testing positive for Covid

Rohit Sharma missed the 5th Test: Jasprit Bumrah is set to become the first fast bowler in 35 years to lead the Indian Test team in the rescheduled ‘Fifth Test’ against England.

Regular captain Rohit Sharma has been ruled out of the game after testing positive for COVID-19 for the second time on Wednesday.

The last fast bowler-captain India had was the great Kapil Dev, who was dropped from the captaincy in 1987. Since then India has never had a speed merchant leading a team in traditional cricket.

“Rohit is out of this test match, starting July 1, as his RT-PCR test has come back positive again. He is still in isolation. Jasprit Bumrah, who is one of the vice-captains in KL Rahul’s absence, will lead the team. A senior BCCI official told PTI on condition of anonymity.

Bumrah will be the 36th cricketer to lead India in the longest format since the country first played in 1932. The Gujarat pacer, who has 123 wickets in 29 Tests, has become the best fast bowler in the world.

Chairman of selectors Chetan Sharma had already said that he was being groomed as the leader of the future.

Fast bowlers have traditionally not been hired in India, unlike Pakistan, where their greatest captain was Imran Khan. Veterans like Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis also led the national team.

Cheteshwar Pujara or Hanuma Vihari to open with Shubman Gill

In the playing XI alongside the experienced Rohit, experienced Cheteshwar Pujara has a good chance to open the batting with young Shubman Gill.

The source added that Mayank Agarwal has just been brought in as “cover” and is not in the scheme of things as far as the playing XI is concerned.

“Mayank is just here as a cover. It is likely to be the Pujara-Gill duo who are going to open the batting. There is an outside opportunity for Hanuma Vihari as he has worked in a stop-gap arrangement during the 2018 series in Australia. But the chances of Pujara opening are very high. They said.

It is understood that the specialist batsmen in the set-up will be Pujara, Gill, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, Vihari and Rishabh Pant.

The only other debatable point is whether to play a fourth fast bowling all-rounder in Shardul Thakur or play a second spinner in Ravichandran Ashwin with Ravindra Jadeja.

Along with Bumrah, Mohammed Siraj and Mohammed Shami automatically choose themselves.

India tour of England itinerary:

  • India vs Derbyshire T20: July 1
  • India vs England 5th Test — July 1-5 @ Birmingham
  • India vs Northamptonshire: July 3
  • India vs England 1st T20I: July 7 @ Southampton
  • India vs England 2nd T20: July 9 @ Birmingham
  • India vs England 3rd T20I: July 10 @ Nottingham
  • India vs England 1st ODI: July 12 @ Kennington Oval
  • India vs England 2nd ODI: 14 July @ Lords
  • India vs England 3rd ODI: Jul 17 @ Manchester

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