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Will Rohit Sharma be a part of Team India in the Melbourne Test match?

By Bet Barter

January 1, 2021

After recuperating from his hamstring injury, Rohit Sharma is good to go to join Team India's Test team for the remaining two matches of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. Rohit arrived in Australia subsequent to clearing the injury test at the NCA in Bengaluru. At the current point as expected, he is bound to a two-room condo in Sydney during his required 14-day isolation period.

Most importantly, the veteran wasn't a part of any of the three squads for the Australia visit. In any case, he was added to the Test squad. But he needed to be ruled out of the initial two matches in Adelaide and Melbourne. The third Test begins on January 7, however questions over him participating in the game actually remain. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is set to test his wellness after the isolation period.

No cricket for the "Hitman" since November 10

According to reports, the Nagpur-born will join the Test group on Wednesday, December 30. He will join the team in the wake of flying from Melbourne to Sydney. Rohit hasn't played any type of cricket since the final of the 2020 Indian Premier League (IPL). He needs to breeze through another wellness assessment to be qualified for determination. Because of his physical issue, he likewise needed to miss many games in the IPL 2020.

Also, if reports are to be accepted, the third and penultimate Test will be played in Melbourne itself after the unexpected COVID-19 outbreak in Sydney. An official declaration is yet to be made, however. The Covid outbreak has gotten Cricket Australia on its toes.

Rohit last played an abroad Test in 2018-19 in Australia. He was elevated to open the batting in the home Tests against South Africa and Bangladesh. He demonstrated his class, in any event, scoring a double century.

On the off chance that he will play in the third Test, the Indian batting line-up will be reinforced to an enormous degree. In any case, since India figured out how to rule the Aussies in the MCG Test; it stays not yet clear who he replaces in the playing eleven.

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