“BCCI to keep track on workload related to Indian Players in Test and ODI series” Inside BCCI source said while talking to Sportzcraazy

The Men in Blue lost an ODI series at home against the same opponent who outclassed them in 2017. This indicates that something is wrong with the Indian cricket ecosystem.

India’s defensive approach against Spinners in home conditions is something that they need to counter ahead of the next world cup 2023.

With World Test Championship Final and ODI World Cup 2023 in mind, inside BCCI source said while talking to Sportzcraazy we are monitoring the workload of Indian players keeping the important year in mind and we don’t want our players to be injured.

“It’s very clear. It’s a very crucial year and we don’t want any last minute injuries. All stakeholders have been informed that under no circumstances (will) a player be rushed to play IPL fixtures. If anyone is carrying an injury or niggle, the BCCI medical team and NCA will monitor,” Inside BCCI Source told Sportzcraazy.

An update on Shreyas Iyer’s injury has been provided. If reports are accurate, he would miss five months of action with the national team, and BCCI management is closely monitoring him because he plays a key role for India in ODI matches.

The inswinging deliveries of left arm fast bowlers have particularly exposed Indian batsmen, which has affected top order batsmen like Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, and KL Rahul.

Another issue that needs to be resolved is their technical capacity to counter spin on their home track; otherwise, it will be too late for Men in Blue.

.Post ODI series loss, India will be next gearing up for IPL 2023, where top 10 teams will compete against each other for the coveted crown.

Every Indian player who will be representing the country, is also part of IPL 2023 so these players need to personally check their fitness in mind as the next big event for them will be World Test Championship which India have to win to counter the deficit of not winning ICC trophy from last 10 years.