Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Six uncapped players within the squad might appear that India has come with an unpracticed gathering. The white-ball arrangement against Sri Lanka is visiting vice-captain Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Says it isn’t the case as complete the essential certainty much appreciated to IPL.
With major stars like captain Virat Kohli and his limited-overs agent Rohit Sharma in England. The upcoming Test was arranged by an Indian group against Sri Lanka. Highlights half a dozen uncapped players.
They incorporate Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Devdutt Padikkal, pacer Chetan Sakaria, Nitish Rana, Krishnappa Gowtham, Ruturaj Gaikwad and Varun Chakravarthy.
“We have good players and they have experience of IPL, they are young but they have experience of IPL, playing T20 for so many years and they have done well for their teams,” Bhuvneshwar said on the Star Sport show ‘Follow the Blues.’
“So, it will be beneficial for the team that they will carry the confidence of IPL and they are young and talented, there is a good mix with the experienced players and this will be a good tour,” he added.
“Young players who have come for their first tour and came after doing well in IPL so if they do well here (Sri Lanka) then it will be great for their confidence,” he said.
The senior pacer had endured a thigh muscle damage amid final year’s IPL which ruled him out of the alliance as well as the visit of Australia.
The bowler made a return to the national squad after a long harm lay-off within the limited-overs domestic arrangement against England in March.
He said playing domestic cricket made a difference for him to remain spurred.
“When I was almost recovered, domestic cricket was going on as well. My focus was to get fit and make a comeback then I started the preparation for the match,” Bhuvneshwar said.
“Before the England series, I played domestic cricket, so that it helps me get the required match practice. I shouldn’t take things lightly while playing cricket and that kept me motivated to play for India.
The India-Sri Lanka arrangement has been starting with the three ODIs. Examiner G T Niroshan tried positive for the feared infection on their return from the UK tour.
The engagement, which comprises three ODIs and numerous T20 Internationals, will presently begin from July 18.