ODI World Cup: Team India will play the five-match T20 international series against the two-time T20 World Cup winner, West Indies. The first game of the series will be played today in Trinidad.
The ODI World Cup of 2019 was played in England and that was the last event of the ICC in the fifty overs format.
There was only one Indian Bowler who had featured in the top 10 highest wicket-takers list.
The Aussie fast bowler, Mitchell Starc was the highest wicket taker of that tournament held in 2019. India’s Virat Kohli and Skipper Rohit Sharma had amassed the most runs in that ICC mega event of the ODI format.
It's not Boom Boom Afridi but it is Boom Boom Bumrah. This Indian speedster will make his international return with the three-match series of the T20 International format against the Irish Men from 18th August 2023.
Jasprit had impressed one and all in the last edition of the fifty-overs World Cup. His variations, Yorkers, awkward angles and pacey deliveries had undone many great batsmen in that 2019 edition.
India will want Bumrah to be fully fit and ready for the upcoming events like the ODI Asia Cup and World Cup of the fifty-overs format in 2023.
Bumrah is still one of the best pace bowlers in the Indian Cricket Team. He didn't disappoint his fans in the last World Cup of 2019. Many times India won the matches because of the excellent bowling done by Bumrah and other pace bowlers of Team India.
In the tournament which was held in 2019, Bumrah had played 9 matches and picked up 18 wickets.
In the last league match of the ODI World Cup of 2019 against Sri Lanka, Bumrah achieved a record of being the fastest bowler to reach 100 wickets in One Day International format of cricket.