Mayank Agarwal
in England, Mayank Agarwal had a blow to the head while doing his drills in the nets.


As a result, Mayank Agarwal will not play in the first Test against England due to a concussion.

As Agarwal went to take a catch, Mohammed Siraj gave him a hard short ball in the face.

According to the BCCI, Agarwal is in the midst of a concussion, but is “stable.”

England versus India: Mayank Agarwal, the opening batsman for India, was sidelined after suffering a concussion from a short ball to the helmet in practice on Monday, and will not be able to play in the first Test.

A mild concussion has forced India’s opening batsman Mayank Agarwal out of the first Test against England. On Monday during practice, Agarwal was hit in the helmet by a short delivery from teammate Mohammed Siraj. The BCCI confirmed in a statement today that “Opening batsman Mayank Agarwal was hit on the helmet while batting during India’s nets practice at Trent Bridge in Nottingham on Monday.” “A Concussion test was performed on him, and a physical exam was also done by the BCCI Medical Team. As a result of a head injury, he has been ruled out of the England vs. South Africa opening Test. He’s 30 years old and hence likely to stay on strict medical supervision for the rest of his life.”

England and India will play their first Test match on August 4 at Nottingham. Agarwal is most likely to begin for India in Test matches with Rohit Sharma as his partner.

Even while India has already lost their opening batsman due to a shin ailment, a similar incident occurred this week.

In the lead-up to the five-Test series, the Indian team has suffered from various injury problems and instances of COVID-19 contamination.

Wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant has tested positive for COVID-19, but his teammates Gill, Avesh Khan, and Washington Sundar have all been ruled out of the tour owing to injuries.

A month after getting infected, Pant joined the team.

India arrived ahead of the World Test Championship final in June, and we beat them in a penalty shootout. They have been stationed in England ever since they lost the last World Cup.

Before the series, the Indians invited a Select County XI to play a warm-up match in Durham.

The Test series that remains will be contested at Lord’s, Headingley, Old Trafford, and The Oval.

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