AUS vs IND: Ravindra Jadeja injured his thumb in the course of the third Check vs Australia.© Twitter
India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has been dominated out of 4th Check towards Australia in Brisbane with a dislocated thumb, the Board of Management for Cricket in India stated on Monday. Jadeja had suffered a blow to the thumb whereas batting in India’s first innings in the third Test on the Sydney Cricket Floor. The BCCI, in a press release, stated that Jadeja had gone for scans and outcomes confirmed that he had dislocated his thumb. Jadeja is about to seek the advice of a hand specialist in Sydney earlier than travelling again to India to the Nationwide Cricket Academy in Bengaluru for “additional administration of his harm”.
Ravindra Jadeja dominated out of Border-Gavaskar Check sequence.
— BCCI (@BCCI) January 11, 2021
“Ravindra Jadeja suffered a blow to his left thumb whereas batting on Day three of the third Border-Gavaskar Check that concluded on Monday. He later went for scans and the outcomes have proven that he has dislocated his thumb,” the BCCI stated in a launch.
“The all-rounder will now seek the advice of a hand specialist in Sydney earlier than he returns to India. He’ll then head to the Nationwide Cricket Academy in Bengaluru for additional administration of his harm,” the Indian cricket board added.
India have Kuldeep Yadav as a spin choice to interchange Jadeja, whereas Shardul Thakur and T Natarajan present tempo choices to the workforce administration.
The fourth and closing Check of the series is about to start on Friday on the Gabba in Brisbane. The third Check led to a dramatic draw and the sequence is tied 1-1 going into the ultimate match.
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