Jasprit Bumrah and batsman Shreyas Iyer are reportedly nearing full fitness and could make a comeback soon. According to reports, Bumrah is currently bowling around 8 to 10 overs in the nets at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bangalore. Meanwhile, Shreyas Iyer has also started batting, indicating that he is on the road to recovery.
The news of Bumrah and Iyer's potential comeback is particularly significant as India is set to play three T20 matches in Ireland next month. If both players are deemed fit, they could be included in the squad for the tour.
Bumrah's return would be a major boost for the Indian team, especially given his impressive performances in recent times. The pacer has been instrumental in India's success in limited-overs cricket, with his ability to bowl accurate yorkers and deceive batsmen with his variations. His return would strengthen India's bowling attack, which has already been performing well.
Similarly, Shreyas Iyer's return would add depth to India's batting line-up. The young batsman has been in good form in domestic cricket and has shown promise in his limited opportunities with the Indian team. His ability to score quickly and rotate the strike could prove to be valuable in the upcoming T20 matches.