Manchester: Bhuvneshwar Kumar appeared to have attained complete fitness as he did single wicket bowling for a large time with chairman of selectors MSK Prasad retaining wickets throughout India's training session at the eve in their global Cup conflict towards West Indies.

on the batting nets, it turned into Mahendra Singh Dhoni, now not a natural sweeper of the cricket ball, attempting the stroke in opposition to slow bowlers. Sweep is constantly taken into consideration to be an effective shot in opposition to spinners while the conventional pictures don't fetch runs.


Prasad later also gathered effective throws from the deep because the reserve keeper Rishabh Pant were given an prolonged run on the nets and also practiced outfielding, taking some aerial catches.

whilst it's any indication or not can't be ascertained as Vijay Shankar has been Indian crew management's first desire and they haven't proven any purpose of converting it.

Thursday was the primary time while Bhuvneshwar wore bowling spikes and bowled from complete run-up as Prasad, a former India keeper, wore the massive gloves.

The seamer, who had sustained an injury during India's victory over Pakistan, regarded upbeat as he spoke to physio Patrick Farhart and bowling instruct Bharath Arun.

In truth, Arun made it clear that if Bhuvneshwar is deemed completely fit-suit, he'll update Mohammed Shami notwithstanding his last-over hat-trick against Afghanistan.

however there may be a possibility that India give him rest for one extra sport.

"Bhuvneshwar's damage is not of any top notch concern. It's far just a niggle for which we didn't want to take a threat. And it became also an possibility for us to plug Shami into the video games. However the reality he's performed rather properly all is going well for us; it's a humiliation of riches," Arun said.

"And we'd take a name as in line with the situations, however Bhuvi has performed surprisingly nicely, so I think it's a quite top headache to have," he dropped a hint as to what he idea.

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