ENG vs IND: Jasprit Bumrah gears up for the Test series


England and India are all set to lock horns against each other for the first Test match starting from August 4. The series is already highly anticipated for the contests it would bring in for all the cricket on-lookers who couldn’t wait to watch the action unfold. The Indian cricket team certainly wouldn’t want to leave any stone unturned to start the campaign on a winning note.

Indian speedster Jasprit Bumrah has thus provided a glimpse of his preparation as he shared a picture on his Instagram account. Recently, the BCCI had shared videos of the players getting involved in some fun fielding sessions ahead of the series. Along with maintaining the fitness levels, it is also important that the players stay in a good space of mind ahead of the series.

The team had been sweating out in nets and now Bumrah has also shared a picture of his preparation for the high-octane series. The pacer is seen charging up his run-up in the picture. Jasprit Bumrah has dressed up in team India’s practice jersey and has an intense look on his face as he shared his picture of preparation with his followers and fans.

The fans have flooded in with comments on his post wherein they have wished the bowler for the upcoming series and are pinning hopes on him to have a great outing. Bumrah has kept the caption very simple by just adding the cricket and a blessed emoji.


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Jasprit Bumrah prepping hard for the England series

Jasprit Bumrah had previously posted a picture on Instagram where he was seen on the field for the practice session. Even then many of his followers had posted in comments pointing out that they wish he has a great outing in England.

Bumrah has had a lean patch recently and would be keen to turn it around in the upcoming series. He couldn’t reap any rewards in the WTC final and thus was brought under the scanner for his performances. However, the pacer played in the warm-up game against the County Select XI and that would have helped him in assessing the conditions well.