Fit-again Mohammed Shami eyes rebound in last two Australia Tests

Posted:Sunday 26th of February 2017 11:29:49 PM

Mohammed Shami, who has been out of activity because of a knee damage he maintained amid the third Test against England in November, is anxious to demonstrate his wellness by playing in the continuous Vijay Hazare Trophy.
With an eye on a conceivable rebound in the last two Tests against Australia, speedster Mohammed Shami is anxious to get a couple of overs added to his repertoire for Bengal in the continuous Vijay Hazare Trophy.
India’s No. 1 pace bowler is sure he can play the last two class diversions of Bengal in Chennai.
”I don’t know yet however in the event that I’m completely fit and agreeable to play, then I may play last two matches (of Bengal in Vijay Hazare Trophy in Chennai),” Shami told journalists.
Shami, who has been out because of a knee damage since he played the third Test against England at Mohali in November, said he would approach the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru in a couple days for surveying his wellness.
The squad for the last two Tests in Ranchi and Dharamsala will be declared after second Test in Bengaluru from March 4-8 and Shami would make a rebound if fit.

SHAMI CONFIDENT INDIA WILL BOUNCE BACK


India trail the four-coordinate arrangement 0-1 and will go to Bengaluru for the second Test and Shami may join the preparation to survey his wellness on the sidelines.

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