Among the prominent members of the Indian team, Shreyas Iyer and KL Rahul also introduced themselves. Both of them had suffered long-term injuries and he is now ready to make a comeback after that injury. Shreyas Iyer suffered a back injury in the Border Gavaskar Trophy that was played earlier this year, and this injury ruled him out of the next IPL match.
KL Rahul, who is the captain of Lucknow Super Giants (LSG), suffered a hamstring injury while playing against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in an IPL match, and it was an injury that ruled him out of all subsequent tournaments.
These injuries have ruled them out of both matches, and they are both slowly progressing in their fitness, working on it and trying to recover before the upcoming domestic ODI World Cup in October. An update was put out by the Board of Control for Cricket in India for both of them which was in a positive way that Iyer and Rahul have started batting again in the nets, and they are now focusing on their fitness, also practicing on their strengths.
KL Rahul resumed batting after a long injury
Both these players keep an important part of the team, both of them make their own aspects in their own place. Keeping in mind all the events of this year ahead, it can be considered worthwhile to analyze both those players in all formats.
The pair of Iyer and Rahul have produced sensational figures together, having played in the IPL and in franchises belonging to India, in which they have scored impressive runs.
KL Rahul made his debut in Indian cricket in 2016, he played a day match. And since then he has become arguably the most important and versatile cricketer. KL Rahul is 31 years old has batted at all positions from opening to number 6, and has played a variety of roles apart from batting.