Bowling without Jasprit Bumrah will force opposition teams to rethink strategy Sanjay Bangar

Jasprit Bumrah

India pacer Jasprit Bumrah’s back injury ruled him out of the T20 World Cup starting in Australia this month means the team will have to find someone who can fill his gap.

Former India batting coach Sanjay Bangar feels India’s bowling attack in Bumrah’s absence will force the opposition teams to rethink their batting strategy.

He added that in Bumrah’s absence, he hopes young left-arm pacers Arshdeep Singh or Mohammed Shami and Deepak Chahar will be able to make up for his lack.

“Bumrah’s absence from India’s squad for the T20 World Cup means India will also be deprived of a flexible bowler who is better at any stage of the game in T20s,” Bangar said in the ‘Cricket Live’ show on Star Sports. can perform.

Bangar further said, “So, a big blow for India, but still there is a better chance for the other player to replace one. Hopefully maybe Deepak Chahar or Shami and Arshdeep can replace him and make a mark in the World Cup.” can leave.”

Former South African pacer Dale Steyn has admitted that India will miss the services of Bumrah, who has had enough experience of playing in Australian conditions and hopes his place will take his place in the T20 World Cup.

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