Tomorrow cricket match prediction: Injury Regulation New Zealand T20Is Gaikwad

India’s top runner Rutraj Gaiqwad has been ruled out of the three-match T20I series against New Zealand after complaining of wrist pain. The 25-year-old has checked into the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore for injury prognosis and subsequent rehabilitation.

Gaiqwad was last involved in the Ranji Trophy battle between Maharashtra and Hyderabad, where he scored his 8 and his 0 in that game, after which he reported the condition of his wrist to his BCCI Did. By the way, this is the second time Gaiqwad has injured his wrist. A similar injury kept him out of last year’s T20I against Sri Lanka. He also missed last year’s home ODI against the West Indies after testing positive for Covid.

It is understood that decision makers and the national team’s Blaine his trust are angry at the number of times Gaiqwad has missed appearances due to illness or injury. However, they are not asking for a replacement for this series, which makes it more likely that Prithvi Shaw will return to the series.

Jadeja’s fitness report from February 1st

Meanwhile, the BCCI will get a call as to whether Ravindra Jadeja is ready to start his Gavaskar series on February 1 when the NCA’s fitness report comes out. The amulet all-rounder, who is on the road to a comeback after suffering a knee injury, now faces Tamil Nadu in the Ranji Trophy in Chennai and will report to the NCA for evaluation at the end of the match.

After that, selection and team management will call about its availability before India starts his pre-series camp in Nagpur from February 2nd. The first match of the Marquee for Test Series will take place at the Vidarba Cricket Association Stadium from 9 February.

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