'There is a system that has been put in place. When a player has recovered substantially, he is to be checked by the team management as well as the national team physio and trainer.'
Adhering to an established norm, pace spearhead Jasprit Bumrah will bowl during net sessions with the Indian team before its second ODI against the West Indies in Visakhapatnam as part of his rehabilitation programme after recovering from a back injury.
Bumrah has been out of action since the start of the home series against South Africa due to a stress fracture but has made a steady recovery.
The team management is expecting him to be fit before the tour of New Zealand early next year. The second match against West Indies is scheduled to be played on December 18.
"Bumrah will be having a net session with the Indian team. This is a norm now. The team management also checked Bhuvneshwar Kumar's fitness in Indore before the Test against Bangladesh although he wasn't a part of the squad. This is also something on similar lines, a common practice," a BCCI source said.
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Once the team management was convinced that Bhuvneshwar was 100 percent fit, he was selected for the bilateral assignment against West Indies.
"There is a system that has been put in place. When a player has recovered substantially, he is to be checked by the team management as well as the national team physio (Nitin Patel) and trainer (Nick Webb). Bowling at India nets will give him that feel," said the source.
Bumrah and his Mumbai Indians team-mate Hardik Pandya (back surgery) are both currently undergoing their rehabilitation at Mumbai Cricket Association's Bandra Kurla Complex ground in Mumbai (under aegis of BCCI).
However, the 26-year-old Bumrah is unlikely to make a comeback during the next white ball series against Sri Lanka and may just play a Ranji Trophy game before boarding the flight to New Zealand.
It is also possible that Bumrah goes to New Zealand with the India 'A' team to play a few games to get into the groove.