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Avesh Khan sent back to India from Dubai😱

Know the reason below!

Fast bowler Avesh Khan is set to return to India from the United Arab Emirates. The pacer was picked as a net bowler for the national team for the 2021 edition of the T20 World Cup. The decision was taken after his stupendous show for the Delhi Capitals in the 2021 edition of the Indian Premier League.

Khan was among the leading wicket-takers in the tournament and impressed one and all with his ability to deliver at various stages of matches. Hence, he was asked to stay back in the UAE to serve as Team India’s net bowler for the ongoing multi-nation tournament.

However, he will now be returning home due to some reasons. Khan posted a story on his Instagram handle where he was seen travelling from Dubai to New Delhi.

Khan had performed to the extent that there was a chance that the team management would have included him in the squad if the requirement came up. Khan also conjured praises for generating significant amount of bounce from flat surfaces and clocking above 140 kph on a consistent basis.

“The national selectors have decided to also include Avesh in the mix. As of now, he will be a net bowler but if the team management feels, he can be upgraded,” a BCCI source, privy to the development, was quoted as saying.

“Avesh bowls at an average speed of 142 to 145 clicks, earns disconcerting bounce from the flattest of decks and has been on support staff’s radar for some time,” the source said.

Team India’s campaign for the time being is in a bit a bit of shambles. On Sunday, October 24, Pakistan defeated them by 10 wickets at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. Shaheen Shah Afridi’s opening burst pushed the Men in Blue on the backfoot and from there on, India couldn’t recover.

Virat Kohli scored a half-century, but his knock went in vain. Mohammad Rizwan and Babar Azam helped Pakistan chase down 152 with relative ease. India’s second game is against New Zealand, led by Kane Williamson, on October 31. If they lose their next game, Kohli and Co. would be in for a lot of trouble.

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'Prepared for Australia' - Stokes prepared for Ashes return

Allrounder Ben Stokes has made himself accessible to play global cricket again and has been instantly added to England's Ashes visiting party that will withdraw for Australia on November 4. Stirs up, who was conveying a left forefinger crack while on an endless break to take care of his psychological prosperity, has been given all-unmistakable by his expert and the ECB clinical group to continue preparing following a subsequent activity.

"I had a break to focus on my psychological prosperity and I set everything straight," Stokes was cited as saying by the ECB. "I'm anticipating seeing my mates and being on the field with them. I'm prepared for Australia," he added. "Following an extremely fruitful procedure on his finger and a few discussions throughout the most recent couple of weeks among Ben and I, our clinical staff and his supervisory crew, Ben called me to say he was prepared to get back to cricket and was amped up for the possibility of assuming a critical part in the Ashes series," said Ashley Giles, Managing Director of England men's cricket.

"On numerous occasions, Ben has exhibited that he is so essential to the England group and having him accessible for the Ashes series is amazing information for us all and, specifically, Chris (Silverwood), Joe (Root) and the remainder of the players. "Having not played for quite a while, we will push ahead carefully over the course of the following not many weeks to guarantee he is completely ready across all aspects of his game. "In front of an exceptionally bustling time of cricket, we keep on excess aware of the weights on the entirety of our faculty, and our essential center keeps on being the prosperity of our players in general and care staff." The five-match Ashes starts off with the main Test in Gabba, Brisbane, from December 8.

Ben Stokes will get back to cricket after a four-and-a-half month break in the primary Test of the 2021-22 Ashes, in a significant lift to England's expectations of winning in Australia without precedent for 11 years. Stirs up has not played any cutthroat cricket since July 26, when he played through injury for Northern Superchargers in the Hundred. He missed England's series against India, pulling out of the crew days before the primary Test refering to a need to zero in on his psychological prosperity, and was not considered for determination for the T20 World Cup.

In any case, subsequent to going through additional medical procedure to his left side forefinger - which he broke during the IPL in April and didn't completely recuperate after he previously underwent surgery - he has gotten back to low-even out preparing as of late which will increase in front of England's flight to Australia on November 4. "I had a break to focus on my psychological prosperity and I figured everything out," Stokes said. "I'm anticipating seeing my mates and being on the field with them. I'm prepared for Australia."

Writing in his paper segment, Stokes uncovered that he had been "in a genuine dull spot" in the wake of battling with injury and the requests of air pocket life. In any case, the expulsion of scar tissue from his finger empowered a quick re-visitation of preparing and urged him to make himself accessible for Australia. "I have a vastly improved outlook on everything from my finger to my psychological prosperity," he said in the Mirror. "I realize I can zero in by and by on making light of my best cricket Under this colder time of year.

"I most likely didn't understand exactly the amount of an issue the finger was causing me until I figured everything out the second time around. In any case, I had additionally been battling with bubble life and occasions off the field. I don't need anybody to feel the manner in which I did, on the grounds that I wasn't in a decent spot and I'm not reluctant to let it be known.

Refreshed Squad: Joe Root (C), James Anderson, Jonathan Bairstow, Dom Bess, Stuart Broad, Rory Burns, Jos Buttler, Zak Crawley, Haseeb Hameed, Dan Lawrence, Jack Leach, Dawid Malan, Craig Overton, Ollie Pope, Ollie Robinson, Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes, Mark Wood.

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