In 14 One-Day Internationals, the 26-year-old has taken 25 wickets.
Prasidh Krishna, an Indian pacer, has been out of action for six months and, according to reports, needs more time to recover completely. Notably, the 26-year-old suffered a stress fracture, and if he does not recover quickly enough, he may miss out on playing in the upcoming ODI World Cup.
The cricketer last played for India during their August 2022 tour to Zimbabwe, and he has been undergoing rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bangalore since then. In his absence, Mohammed Siraj has performed admirably, and as a result of his outstanding performances, the Hyderbad-born cricketer has risen to become the world’s top ODI bowler. As a result, even if Krishna recovers on time, he may find it difficult to immediately return to the XI.
Meanwhile, a BCCI official confirmed Prasidh’s injury and stated that the cricketer is still not fit to return and that it is difficult to predict when he will.
“Prasidh has a stress fracture and in case of this particular form of injury, you cannot put a date on a prospective comeback. Every player has a unique body type, so the recovery process and time frame will vary. It could be anywhere from six months to a year. In the case of Prasidh, he is still not fit to play, and it is unfortunate that he missed the entire domestic season, a BCCI official quoted