Dipdas Gupta says all three players, including Bhuvneshwar Kumar, should be replaced in England

Team India’s troubles are not taking its name before the five-match Test series against England from August 4. Washington Sundar and Avesh Khan were also injured in a three-day warm-up game against County Select XI, after Shubman Gill was out of the series. It is almost certain that both players will opt out of this tour. In such a situation, selectors may consider sending some players to England. According to Deepdas Gupta, India’s former wicketkeeper, Deepak Chahar and Bhuvneshwar Kumar should be sent to England for consideration of their swing bowling.

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Speaking on his YouTube channel, Deepdas Gupta said, “This is a great opportunity to send Deepak Chahar and Bhuvneshwar Kumar, even though they are a net bowler, after the departure of Awesh Khan. Both are swing bowlers and in good form and can take advantage of English conditions. If he were to swing the white ball, surely the duke would be able to swing the ball in England. There has been a lot of talk about openers for some time, but I think what kind of Prithvi Shah is, he is a good choice. Obviously Abhimanyu is there, Mayank Agarwal and Rohit Sharma are there, but sending Prithvi Shah is not a bad idea.

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According to ‘Times of India’ news, Bhuvneshwar Kumar is being considered for extradition to England. The team’s management had previously requested to send Prithvi Shah and Devadut Padidkal to England, but the council rejected them. However, it is not easy for the BCCI to send its players from Sri Lanka to England. Bhuvneshwar is also rumored to be one of the players to go to England.

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