Shahbaz Nadeem Excluded From India's Squad For Bangladesh Tests

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Shahbaz Nadeem was omitted from India's squad for home Tests against Bangladesh. India are scheduled to host Bangladesh for 3-T20Is and 2-Test series.

Written By Aakash Saini | Mumbai | Updated On:
Shahbaz Nadeem

Shahbaz Nadeem recently made his debut in the third Test against South Africa. In an impressive debut, he registered figures of 2-18 and 2-22 in both innings. His second-innings spell on Day 4 helped Team India to wrap up the Test within two overs in the day to complete a 3-0 victory in the series. 

Bangladesh tour of India 2019

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In spite of an impressive debut, the left-arm spinner was still left out of India’s squad for the upcoming home Test series against Bangladesh. BCCI announced the 15-man squad on October 24 for 2019 Ganguly–Durjoy Test series. Upon Nadeem’s exclusion from the squad, cricket expert Harsha Bhogle and some cricket fans took to Twitter to express their disappointments on the social media site.  

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Below are some reactions on Twitter:

The upcoming tour is scheduled to begin with a T20I affair in Delhi on November 3. The opening match will be followed by two more clashes scheduled on November 7 and 10. The second and third T20I matches will be held in Rajkot and Nagpur. The three-match T20I series will then be followed by two Test matches which will begin on November 14 at the Holkar Stadium in Indore. To complete the tour, the final match of the series is scheduled for November 22 at the Eden Gardens. The Ganguly–Durjoy Test series will also form a part of the ongoing ICC World Test Championship. Team India currently leads the Championship points table while Bangladesh are yet to open their campaign.

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