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Pacers Mohammed Siraj, Umran Malik may travel to Australia with Indian squad

Updated on: 02 October,2022 05:33 PM IST  |  New Delhi
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With uncertainty over injured Jaspreet Bumrah’s availability for the mega event, Indian team management is set to carry at least two additional fast bowlers as back-up for the premier pacer and net bowlers in the preparatory phase of the tournament

Pacers  Mohammed Siraj, Umran Malik may travel to Australia with Indian squad

Umran Malik


Fast bowlers Mohammed Siraj and Umran Malik will travel to Australia with the Indian contingent on October 6 for the upcoming Men’s T20 World Cup, report said.


With uncertainty over injured Jaspreet Bumrah’s availability for the mega event, Indian team management is set to carry at least two additional fast bowlers as back-up for the premier pacer and net bowlers in the preparatory phase of the tournament.



Siraj and Umran will travel with the squad to Perth on October 6, where the Indian team will train for a week before travelling to Brisbane for its first warm-up match on October 17, a Sportstar report said.


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They will be in Perth until October 13 before heading to Brisbane where they are scheduled to play two practice matches against Australia and New Zealand on October 17 and 19 before moving to Melbourne to play their tournament opener against Pakistan on October 23.

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