The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) grant Amit Mishra access to play for his domestic cricket team Haryana in the upcoming Ranji Trophy fixture after he got released from the Indian team to seek for a comeback in the upcoming Mohali Test.

Picture Source: AFP
Picture Source: AFP

The Indian veteran leg break bowler Amit Mishra has expressed interest in playing the Ranji matches, where we will  see him play against Goa, scheduled to spark on November 21 (Monday) in Ghaziabad.

The 33-year-old bowler felt that his bowling display didn’t pan out well despite pocketing bowling figures of 3/152 in the first Rajkot Test. Mishra would consider playing Ranji fixtures for getting to good shape and rhythm to make a stellar rebound to Mohali Test before not being picked up in the playing XI for Visakhapatnam Test.




“I wouldn’t say I bowled very well. It did take time for me to get my rhythm, especially since I was playing a Test after a long time. I was on the bench for two Tests in the West Indies and then sat out for the New Zealand Test series. Also, I was coming off from the ODI series so the transition from ODIs to Tests did take some time. But, I believe there was improvement in my bowling in the second innings and I bowled better,” India’s vital Amit Mishra had informed BCCI.tv. Amit Mishra specially thanked the Board of Control for Cricket in India on Twitter.