Pujara, Suryakumar to represent West Zone in Duleep Trophy

The Indian team has released Cheteshwar Pujara, and he has returned to his previous career. After selected for the West Zone team.He decided to take part in the forthcoming Duleep Trophy competition.

Another Indian cricketer, Suryakumar Yadav, is playing for Pujara’s West Zone squad. On June 28, the multi-day inter-zonal competition will begin in Bengaluru.

Pujara and Yadav are going to the West Indies Test group in place of Ruturaj Gaikwad and Yashasvi Jaiswal. The West Zone selection committee, led by Sanjay Patel of the Mumbai Cricket Association, informed the other committee members of their inclusion.

Yadav took part in the World Test Championship final earlier this month as one of the backup players. His expertise is white-ball cricket, and he excels at it.He has gained a reputation for his formidable playing style.

He does, however, currently bat in the Indian ODI team. Despite the team not having announced the starting lineup for the upcoming five-match T20I series, there is an anticipation that he will be part of the team. On July 16 The Duleep Trophy scheduled , providing a significant gap before the ODI series against the West Indies commences on July 27.

Amol Muzumdar offered Baroda job

Many domestic publications report the Baroda Cricket Association (BCA) sent Amol Muzumdar a job offer.

BCA Secretary Ajit Lele informed Cricbuzz that they had extended an offer. Although the contract has not finalized yet.

Muzumdar, a renowned domestic cricketer, has not officially confirmed his acceptance of the role yet. Considering his interest in leading the India women’s team, it is natural that he has contemplated his options.

The BCA Cricket Advisory Committee (CIC), which is made up of former Baroda players Irfan Pathan, Kiran More, Satyajit Parad, and Valmik Buch, has recommended Muzumdar for the post of head coach. If Muzumdar accepts the position, he will be in control of the second West Zone in the United States.

When his contract was up for renewal earlier this year, he took the choice not to continue heading the Mumbai club, where he had previously served as head coach for two years. If Muzumdar concurs, Omkar Salvi, who took over as Mumbai’s head coach after Dav Whatmore left the team, will have to be replaced.

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