The discarded Indian spinner Amit Mishra paid a surprise visit to team India’s camp a day ahead of the fourth ODI against Australia in Bangalore. Mishra was at National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bangalore, and he decided to pay a visit to team India’s camp.
Mishra, who had just started to fix his place in team India, got injured during third and final T20I against England early this year and then was ruled out of one-off Test match against Bangladesh. Kuldeep Yadav replaced him in the team and from then, Mishra is yet to make a comeback in the team. In Test format, Kuldeep has gained the place of the third spinner whereas, in One day format, it is Yuzvendra Chahal who along with Kuldeep has acquired the place.
In fact, selectors have dropped duo of R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja from the team to facilitate these two with a place in the team. As of now, the chances of Mishra making a comeback in the team looks quite bleak as team India have oodles of options, but no one can write him off as previously as well, the leggie had made few surprising comebacks when he was not a regular member of the team.
Amit Mishra is all set to play Ranji Trophy for Haryana in the upcoming season. He is expected to lead the side as well. The team will be bolstered by the presence of Jayant Yadav and Mohit Sharma. Chahal is supposed to miss few games due to international commitments.
Haryana will face Cheteshwar Pujara-led Saurashtra in their first contest of the season in Lahli from October 6 to 9.
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