Mumbai: A fit and in-form Bhuvneshwar Kumar would have been Team India’s greatest asset on the tour of England. In ideal circumstances, nobody among the current lot of Indian pacers is capable of getting handed a ticket to the United Kingdom ahead of Bhuvneshwar.
In a country where how you bowl swing and seam, and how you counter it, determines a large part of the team’s fortunes, the Meerut-born seamer would’ve been the perfect arsenal to carry along. Yet he is not in the squad. Right now, Bhuvneshwar is not injured, as has been the case often in his career, especially over the last four years. Unlike last year, when he got ruled out of the Australia series because of a thigh injury he suffered during an IPL game, he has been fit for most part of this year.
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