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In place of Bumrah and Shami, Mhambrey will lead the pace attack with Umesh.

In place of Bumrah and Shami, Mhambrey will lead the pace attack with Umesh.

The next two-match Test series against Bangladesh would be an opportunity for the Indian pacers to prove themselves in the absence of Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami, according to bowling coach Paras Mhambrey. He continued by saying that Umesh Yadav would be leading the assault.

Umesh, who has been a member of the Indian team for the most of the last 10 years, has played in just 11 Test matches during the past four years. Umesh is a very seasoned bowler, and we all know what he brings to the table, so it’s terrible that he spends more time warming the bench than on the field, Mhambrey remarked. He hasn’t had many opportunity to consider the team’s balance given the way things have been, which is disappointing.

“Bumrah, Shami, and Mohammad Siraj are a few of the new arrivals. Unfortunately, he didn’t have many opportunities. The team management has explained to him why certain decisions have been made, and we have been very upfront about Umesh’s concerns.”

There will be a lot of pressure on the bowlers to find wicket-taking opportunities because the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong has historically favored hitters. Even Taskin Ahmed brought it up during the news conference on Monday. Mhambrey doesn’t want to stress out too much about the opposition’s strategies, though.

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