Test series star Bumrah rested from Australia ODIs, NZ tour

Bumrah bowled 157.1 overs in the four Tests in Australia

Bumrah bowled 157.1 overs in the four Tests in Australia

In a bid to manage his workload after the recently-concluded four-match Test series against Australia, the Indian selectors have chose to rest fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah for the upcoming three-match ODI series against Australia and the subsequent tour of New Zealand which has five ODIs and three T20Is. The right-arm paceman has been a consistent performer for India A, and recently had a decent tour of New Zealand with them. He also picked up seven wickets in the three List A games against New Zealand A including a four-wicket haul in the final game of the three-match series. It was deemed fit to give him adequate rest ahead of the home series against Australia with the upcoming ODI World Cup in England set to be conducted soon as well.

The ODI members of Team India are already on their way to Australia with the likes of Rohit Sharma and MS Dhoni expected to reach on Tuesday. The list for most overs bowled across the three formats in worldwide cricket in 2018 was also led by Lyon (636.3) and Bumrah (511.3), but the India fast bowler led the wicket charts for the year with a tally of 78. Virat Kohli became the first Asian captain to beat Australia in their own country as India retained the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2-1.

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He was the star of the show when it came to the Indian bowling attack in the just-concluded Test series against Australia and the team management has chose to rest Jasprit Bumrah for the ODI series against Australia and the T20I series against New Zealand. He bowled over 157 overs during the entire series.

Siraj has been top form with the ball in domestic cricket. The five-match ODI series against the Black Caps will get underway from January 23, and the tour will then end with three T20Is (February 6, 8 and 10).

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