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September 17, 2021
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India Vs Australia: Varun Chakravarthy Ruled Out Of India T20I Squad Due To Injury, T Natarajan Named Replacement

Varun Chakravarthy, the Tamil Nadu ‘riddle’ spinner, has been controlled out of India’s T20 International crew for the visit through Australia in November-December because of a shoulder injury. Left-arm quick bowler T. Natarajan has been named as substitution. Chakravarthy procured his lady India get back to up on the of his exhibitions in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 and homegrown cricket when the crew for the visit was first named in October. In any case, the injury has for the present settled his India desire and has come as an addition for Natarajan, who has dazzled with his demise bowling for SunRisers Hyderabad.

Natarajan got 16 wickets from 16 IPL matches this season even as SRH were taken out of the competition. He has represented wickets of Virat Kohli, his commander at India when he inevitably makes his introduction.

Generally, in T20s, Natarajan has 35 wickets from 38 T20s and initial rose to acclaim through his exhibitions in the Tamil Nadu Premier League in 2017.

Natarajan likewise has 64 five star and 16 List A wickets.

Chakravarthy, who intrigued with his ‘secret’ turn for Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL 2020, has been managed a blow after first creation the India crew.

With little experience outside the ambit of the IPL, Chakravarthy’s determination was absolutely founded on his adventures in the T20 association where he got 17 wickets from 13 counterparts for KKR with a best of 5 for 20.

In different changes to India’s visiting party, chief Virat Kohli has been allowed paternity leave after the main Test in Adelaide and Rohit Sharma, who has completely recuperated from a hamstring injury he supported in the IPL, has been added to the Test crew even as he has been refreshed from the ODI and T20I crews.

The visit starts on November 27 with the primary ODI in Sydney. India play three ODIs and three T20Is followed by four Tests.

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