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Test Match Good News For The Indian Team

The Indian team has to play against New Zealand in the second and last Test match at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai from Friday, 3 December. Earlier it has confirmed that the matches were played at the Green Park Stadium in Kanpur. Wicket-keeper batsman Wriddhiman Saha, who injured during the first test match, is fully fit and is available for selection in the Mumbai test match. Virat Kohli has also given this information.

Wriddhiman Saha ready for full wicketkeeping

Captain Virat Kohli, who joined Team India for the second Test match, has said in a virtual press conference held a day before the match that Wriddhiman Saha has fully recovered from injury and is ready for wicketkeeping. However, Virat Kohli has not confirmed whether he will play in the second test match or not, but it plays in Kanpur. Due to his innings, he can also get a chance in the playing XI of the second test match.

Shrikar Bharat had to handle the gloves

Significantly, on the third day of the Kanpur Test match, Wriddhiman Saha did not come for wicketkeeping. Because he had a stiff neck. In such a situation, KS Bharat took over the gloves. However, Wriddhiman Saha batted on the fourth day of the match. But even at that time he was troubled by injury and used to take treatment during drinks and on the fourth day, he kept the last four overs of the wicket. But on the last day again Shrikar Bharat had to handle the gloves.

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Wriddhiman Saha played an unbeaten inning of 61 runs with the help of 1 six.

Wriddhiman Saha played an unbeaten inning of 61 runs in 126 balls with the help of 4 fours and 1 six in the second innings of the Kanpur Test match. Captain Ajinkya Rahane then declared the innings. That’s why he can get a chance in the second Test and can provide depth in the batting. However, Sreekar Bharat has staked a claim for this position with his good wicketkeeping.

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