‘The only thing I care about’: Kiran More Jaspreet Bumrah’s workload – highlights problems with cricket

‘The only thing I care about’: Kiran More Jaspreet Bumrah’s workload – highlights problems with cricket

India has been called upon to look into the workload of its key players. The likes of Jaspreet Bumrah, Hardik Pandya, and Rohit Sharma have faced some issues in the last 1-2 years, having played cricket in all formats for India, being the key players for their franchise in the Indian Premier League. Several issues were discussed between Bumrah and Pandya and a lot of action took place last year.

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Bumrah is an important component of India’s team, which is a spear of fast battery. He is one of the best fast bowlers of his generation and consistently prepares goods for the team. But former India wicketkeeper Kiran More is worried about Bumrah’s assignment. He wants the team management to give the fast bowler a rest and keep him ready for the Test matches.

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‘The only thing I am concerned about is Bumrah. He is going to play One-Day, T20 and Test matches. I think I will give comfort to Bumrah, and to Shami as well. Preserve more for Test cricket. I would prefer to give them rest in some matches, depending on the state of the series, even if I lose it doesn’t matter. One youngster with two young fast bowlers in a T20, even in one-day cricket. I will not go with them both, they need to rest all the time. Play two matches, give rest, then play two matches, ‚ÄĚKiran More told the Times of India.

“We need to give opportunity to young fast bowlers, who can get experience before the next World Cup,” he said. In ODIs, it depends on what type of batting Australia does. I don’t even like going with three spinners on some grounds because we have Jadeja who can bat and bowl for ten overs. “

Bumrah will face India’s onslaught when he takes on the ground to face Australia in the first ODI at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday.


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