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Notable Absentees From India’s Training Session in Rajkot: Shubman Gill and Jasprit Bumrah

<p>Before the third Test match between India and England, the hosts exercised for about four hours in the Rajkot afternoon. Shubman Gill came late on Monday night, thus there were four people missing from the session: Jasprit Bumrah, Devdutt Padikkal, and Akash Deep have not yet joined the team.</p>
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<p>Padikkal and Akash both participated in the Ranji Trophy’s sixth round, which concluded on February 12. Later in the evening tonight, they and Bumrah are expected to join the team.</p>
<p>Regarding Gill, he came late to the workout, but other than that, he is OK and has no injuries. On Wednesday, he’ll be there for the last training session.</p>
<p>“No physical harm or health issues. He didn’t attend the workshop since he came late at night. Tomorrow, he’ll be in practice, an informed source informs CricketNext.</p>
<p><strong>Siraj bowls hard and learns from the captain how to bat.</strong></p>
<p>Today was Mohammed Siraj’s first training session. After spending a lot of time facing throwdowns and net bowlers, the seamer bowled full force, with the new ball, to players like Yashasvi Jaiswal and Rohit Sharma.</p>
<p>The 29-year-old was given a batting instruction by skipper Rohit shortly after his batting session concluded. Rohit was emphasizing to his tail-ender the importance of having the perfect head posture. In his explanation, Rohit was quite detailed. He even raised a helmet in front of him and described the dangers of having one’s head fall to either side while facing deliveries.</p>
<p>Siraj wasn’t the only one who benefited from the lesson; Kuldeep Yadav also learned a lot from his skipper. Siraj and Kuldeep dedicated a lot of time to improving their batting, and while they worked hard in the nets, captain Rohit and coach Rahul Dravid maintained a watchful eye on them.</p>
<p><strong>Jaiswal is occupied with leaves.</strong></p>
<p>Yashasvi Jaiswal faced a variety of seamers, spinners, and throwdown specialists in various nets and had a lengthy hit, but he wasn’t done yet. The left-hander instructed some nearby net bowlers to particularly feed him deliveries around the good-length position around fourth-fifth stump after letting things settle down for a while.</p>
<p>The 22-year-old continued to leave many deliveries and made sure to watch the ball until the very end. One of the last hitters to leave the nets area, Jaiswal took a long time to gain the feel of leaving deliveries.</p>
<p>Jaiswal had a hard day in the heat, beginning with a close-quarters catching workout and ending with a hitting drill. The whole coaching staff, lead by Dravid, maintained a careful watch on things as the remaining batsmen and bowlers had respectable hits with both bat and ball.</p>

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