After losing the Test series against England (England), another bad news has come to the Indian team. According to the report, India’s veteran all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has been ruled out of the entire series against England. Jadeja, who was injured during the Australia tour, was expected to be fit for the last two Test matches against England in Ahmedabad. For this reason, his fitness was also being monitored at the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore, but now the possibility of his return to the England Test series has completely ended.

On the Australia tour, Ravindra Jadeja was hit in the thumb of the Sydney Test, after which he was also dropped from Brisbane Test. And now according to the report of Cricbuzz, Jadeja has also been completely out of the four-match Test series against England. Jadeja played a key role in the Indian team’s victory in the Test match against England in 2016 in Chennai. Then he had a total of ten England batsmen in the match, including three in the first innings and seven in the second innings. Not only this, but Jadeja had also scored a brilliant half-century in the first innings.

Playing Eleven

Meanwhile, the Indian team is in the playing eleven of the second Test match against England in Chennai. Team India was defeated by 227 runs in the first test. In the first match of the current Test series against England, a lot of questions were raised about the captain selection of captain Virat Kohli. Several former cricketers protested against Shahbaz Nadeem being given a chance in place of spinner Kuldeep Yadav. Nadeem also could not exploit the opportunity and managed only four wickets by taking 233 runs in 59 overs. He even threw 9 Nobles in the test.

Ravindra Jadeja has played 51 Test matches for the Indian team. In this, he has scored 1954 runs at an average of 36.18. His name has 1 century and 15 half-centuries. In this format, Jadeja has also taken 220 wickets.