Gautam Gambier supported the Indian team’s management decision to rest Jaspert Bomrah in the second Test against England, as the previous Indian opening match felt Bomrah had done a lot of bowling recently and deserved some rest. The Chennai Stadium for the Second Test can provide very little help to the poems. Hence, Gambier stated that it only makes sense to give the 27-year-old some much-needed rest, and Gautam Gambier explained that the break would help Gaspreet Bomrah stay refreshed at the Pink Ball test in Ahmedabad. Speaking on Star Sports Cricket Live, Gamper said, “I think it’s a good decision to put him at ease. He’ll be ready to go in the Pink Ball Test match. There’s nothing for fast bowlers here and he’s thrown the ball a lot of Test matches in Australia and his first Test match, So I think it was a very good decision from the team management point of view. “You might want to get Gasprit Bumrah for the crucial test matches” – Gautam Gambier “I am not sure if Jasprit Bumrah should be selected for the second Test match. India should keep him for the match. Motera Pink Ball Test Bumrah is the X factor in the series, no matter which surfaces to play on. ”- Gautam Gambier – CricketMAN2 (@ man4_cricket) February 7, 2021 Jasbert Bumrah missed the fourth test for the 2020-2021 Cup due to abdominal fatigue . Gamper believes it is absolutely essential to manage the workload of the fast driver and keep him renewed for important matches. “You might want to have Jaspert Bomrah for the crucial test matches, pink ball 1 and 4, and there won’t be any gap between the two. So, I think it’s the right decision,” said Gambier. Muhammad Siraj, who replaced Jasprit Bumrah, was one of the three changes for Team India in the second Test. The hosts picked the bat first and were 106-3 at lunch on the first day, this is the spin mix that India would have entered in the first Test if the Axar Patel were fit. Siraj is one of the wonderful foundations of the reverse swing, so it can be effective and to that extent, the absence of a pomrah may not be great on this surface. – Harsha Bhogel (bhogleharsha) February 13, 2021 India needs to win at least two Tests and avoid defeat in the last three matches to reach the World Test Championship final. Posted February 13, 2021, 12:35 Indochina Time.