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The squad for the Ireland series will play the first T20 against England: India will face England in three T20s and multiple ODIs.

“The team playing in the T20 series in Ireland will be in the first T20 and then from the second T20, all the stars (Rohit, if fit, Kohli, Bumrah, Pant, Jadeja) will return.” A source in the BCCI said.

“Once they get a good rest, they will all be part of the regular white ball team but most of the Irish players will be there until the end of the T20 series.”

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Rohit Sharma to miss 5th Test: Jaspreet 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 was ruled out of the game for the second time on Wednesday after a positive test for COVID-19.

The last Indian pacer-captain was the great Kapil Dev, who was removed from the captaincy in 1987. Since then, there has never been a speed merchant to lead a team in traditional cricket in India.

“Rohit is out of this Test match starting from July 1, because his RT-PCR test is positive again. He is still in isolation. In the absence of KL Rahul, co-captain Jaspreet Bumrah 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’s first game in 1932. The Gujarat pacer, who took 123 wickets in 29 Tests, has become the best fast bowler in the world.

Chetan Sharma, chairman of the selectors, had earlier said that he was being made the leader of the future.

Fast bowlers have not traditionally been given jobs in India like in Pakistan where their best captain was Imran Khan. Legends like Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis have also led the national team.

Shubhaman Gill will open with Cheteshwar Pujara or Hanuma Bihari

With veteran Rohit out of the playing XI, veteran Cheteshwar Pujara has a good chance to start batting with young Shubhaman Gill.

The source said Mayank Agarwal has just been brought in as a “cover” and there are no plans to feature things featuring Playing Eleven.

“Mayank is here just as a cover. The Pujara-Gill combination is likely to open the batting. There are out-of-opening opportunities for Hanuma Bihari as she did the job in the stop-gap system in Australia during the 2018 series. However, the chances of Pujara opening are very high. ” He said.

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

The only other controversy is whether Ravichandran Ashwin will play with Shardul Tagore’s fourth fast bowling all-rounder or Rabindra Jadeja.

In addition to Bumrah, Mohammad Siraj and Mohammad Shami automatically select themselves.

Schedule for India’s tour of England:

  • India v Derbyshire T20: July 1
  • India v England 5th Test – July 1-5 @ Birmingham
  • India vs Northamptonshire: July 3
  • IND vs ENG 1st T20: July 7 @ Southampton
  • IND vs ENG 2nd T20: 9 July @ Birmingham
  • IND vs ENG 3rd T20: July 10 @ Nottingham
  • IND vs ENG 1st ODI: July 12 @ Kennington Oval
  • IND vs ENG 2nd ODI: July 14 র্ড Lords
  • IND vs ENG Third ODI: July 17 Manchester

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