Young Indian pacer Avesh Khan is out of the game due to a left-handed thumb injury while playing for County XI. A few county XI players were represented by right-handed pitchers Avesh after the COVID-19 came into contact with positive people.
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Avesh, who was on the tour as a standby player, could be out for a long time due to injury and the management of the Indian team will be out before the Test series, a senior official of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) said. Starts at Trentbridge, Nottingham on August 4th. There should be at least one net bowler low. A BCCI source said, “Leave this match alone. Avesh is unlikely to participate in the series again. He has a fracture in his thumb.
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BCCI on Wednesday did not elaborate on Avesh’s injury but said “fast bowler Awesh is under the supervision of the medical team”. They will not be able to participate in the game on the second and third day of the practice match. In the post-lunch session on Tuesday, Avesh was injured in the fifth delivery of his 10th over. He was blocking Hanuma Vihari’s shot.
He was in severe pain after hitting the ball and was immediately treated for medical attention and commentators on Durham’s YouTube channel were asked if the injury could be serious. Twenty-four-year-old Avesh has taken 100 wickets in 26 first-class matches so far and many believed he could make his debut in a five-match Test series against England.