‘Chal Nikal bola hoga sab milke’ - Fans react to reports of Indian bowlers not to over-bowl in nets for franchises during Indian T20 League 2023

Here is how fans have reacted to the reports of Indian bowlers to not over-bowl during Indian T20 League 2023

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Indian T20 League 2023 is all set to begin on 31 March. So, all top Indian players will be in action for their respective franchises. However, many players like Jasprit Bumrah and Shreyas Iyer will miss the action this time around due to injuries. So, the Indian team management are focusing on the workload of players in this upcoming edition of the tournament.


Fans have always raised their voices as they claimed that players put extra effort into their franchises. As a result, they sustain injuries and miss out on international duties. So, now reports have come out that the Indian Cricket Board have told all franchises, not to over-bowl Indian bowlers in nets.

“The Board will get in touch with all franchises again” - Board official 

According to the reports of Indian Express, an official of the board said that they will be in constant touch with all franchises throughout the tournament. The official said: “Franchises have been told that the Indian team bowlers should be especially used with caution. Indian T20 League teams should not over-bowl them in the nets. They can focus more on strengthening and training. Players can do fielding drills but till the first week of May, franchises shouldn’t push them. After May first week, those players who are in contention can slowly increase their bowling time in the nets. The Board will get in touch with all franchises again”.   


As per reports, some bowlers are Mohammed Siraj (Bangalore), Mohammed Shami (Gujarat), Shardul Thakur and Umesh Yadav (Kolkata), Deepak Chahar (Chennai), Kuldeep Yadav and Axar Patel (Delhi), Ravichandran Ashwin and Yuzvendra Chahal (Rajasthan), and Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Umran Malik and Washington Sundar (Hyderabad). After the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, team India skipper, Rohit Sharma also shared his views regarding workload management. "I mean, it's all up to the franchises now. They are all adults. So they have to look after their body and just if they feel that it's getting a little too much, they can always talk about it and have a break in one or two games. I doubt that will happen but," Sharma added.

Here is how fans have reacted to the reports of Indian bowlers not to over-bowl during the tournament:


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