IND vs SA: Ravindra Jadeja begins training, likely to be available for 2nd Test in Cape Town

Team India struggled with their options in the first Test in Centurion against South Africa. India, who suffered a heavy loss by an innings and 32 runs, played R Ashwin and Shardul Thakur at No. 7 and 8 but it didn’t help the visitors’ cause as the batting line-up got limited to just six batters and none of the bowlers made a marka apart from Jasprit Bumrah. Ravindra Jadeja getting a back spasm on the morning of the Test match really handicapped the Indian team in Centurion but before the year ended, the visitors got heartening news.

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