South Africa-India three-match ODI series is good to go to get in Mohammed Siraj January and it is not yet clear assuming that India visitors will actually want to manage the white-ball design. Talking around the advancements of the ODI series, Jasprit Bumrah affirmed in his presser that pro pacer Mohammed Siraj is totally fit to play the series.
It must be noticed that Siraj missed the third and last Test of the series attributable to a hamstring injury and senior pacer Umesh Yadav had his spot. Notwithstanding, going into the ODIs, Siraj is relied upon to come solid whenever allowed an opportunity in the playing XI of the side. He contributed all around ok in the Centurion Test which India proceeded to win by an immense degree however he picked a physical issue in the second game.
While India penetrated the Centurion fort of South Africa, the group’s speed carriage comprising of Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah, and Siraj was praised by many huge names across the world. Specialists added that India has a-list pace assault right now and their abroad successes are coming generally because of a similar explanation.
Mohammed Siraj has 36 Test wickets to his name in a nutshell profession up to this point
Discussing the Hyderabad pacer, he has become well known in the longest organization of the game in his short profession up to this point. Having played 12 Tests for India, he has scalped 36 wickets with one five-for to his name. Discussing the white-ball designs, he has played just four T20Is and one ODI for the men dressed in blue. It is not yet clear assuming that he will wear the Indian shirt in ODIs as many enormous names are looking out for the sidelines for the specific configuration.
Mohammed Siraj recent Test series, it was an extraordinary opportunity for India to prearrange history in the Rainbow country however nothing truly clicked for them after the initial Test. Subsequent to showing boldness in Centurion, the Virat Kohli-drove side lost the fight in Johannesburg and Cape Town in the second and third Test separately.