The final match of the World Test Championship will be played between India and Australia from June 7. Prior to this match, Australian bowler Josh Hazlewood was ruled out due to injury. At the same time, bad news arrives for the Indian team. The team’s goaltender batter Ishan Kishan was injured during batting practice. According to the report, Kishan’s injury is not serious. No official information has been revealed about it so far.
If Kishan is out due to injury then it may be a serious crisis for the India team. The team’s talented wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant is also out due to injury. According to ‘Rav Sports’, Ishan Kishan was injured during batting practice. Although his injury is not very serious. But this may be a matter of growing tension for the India team.
The India team has listed Kishan and KS Bharat as the porter batsmen for the final match against Australia. Bharat has done well in domestic matches. Although he has not yet been able to play many international matches. Bharat has scored 101 runs for India in 4 tests. During this his best score was 44 runs. If Kishan is not well, KS Bharat may have a chance in his place.
Shrikar Bharat has scored 4808 runs in 141 innings of first-class matches. He has scored 9 centuries and 27 half centuries during this period. He has also scored a triple century. Bharat’s best score has been 308 runs. He has scored 1950 runs in 64 List A matches. Bharat has scored 6 centuries and 6 half centuries in this format. His best score has been 161 not out.