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Arshdeep Singh Set for County Cricket Debut After World Test Championship Snub

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Arshdeep Singh, a promising bowler from the Indian cricket team, unfortunately missed out on selection for the final match of the World Test Championship 2023. However, determined to continue honing his skills, Arshdeep has decided to make his debut in county cricket in England following the conclusion of the IPL.

Joining the Kent team, Arshdeep Singh is set to participate in a total of five county matches. The young bowler will mark his first appearance in county cricket on Sunday, eagerly anticipating the opportunity to showcase his talent.

Although Arshdeep Singh has represented India in T20 and ODI international matches, he is yet to make his mark in the Test format. Nevertheless, his performance in domestic cricket has been commendable, with 25 wickets in 12 innings across seven first-class matches, maintaining an impressive economy rate of 2.92.

Despite his consistent performance, Arshdeep Singh has not yet received an opportunity to represent Team India in Test matches. However, recent news reveals that he will be making his debut for the Kent team in county cricket. Arshdeep Singh is scheduled to face five counties as part of his stint with Kent, with his first county cricket match taking place on Sunday, June 11.

In terms of his international cricket career, Arshdeep Singh has played 26 T20 matches for Team India, taking 41 wickets with an economy rate of 8.39. In ODIs, he has played three matches but is yet to secure a wicket. In the IPL, Arshdeep has demonstrated his skills in 51 matches, claiming 57 wickets at an economy rate of 8.74.

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With his county cricket debut, Arshdeep Singh aims to further enhance his cricketing prowess and hopes to make a strong case for future opportunities in the Test arena.

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LSG in 20 overs at 161/7

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LSG in 20 overs at 161/7

To bowl the last over will be Starc. OUT! Starc goes wide outside off and Pooran gets a nick to the keeper on the first ball of the over.

De Kock exits the Impact and is replaced by Arshad Khan. QUARTER! Top edge on the pull, which extends past the keeper to the boundary. Just beyond the arc, Arshad swerves and fails. Arshad heaves and misses once more as he swings in. Now that the length has returned, Krunal swivels, pulls, and misses. For a single, it comes off his thigh pad.

OUT! With the last delivery of the innings, Arshad Khan is out of the game.

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LSG in 19 overs at 155/5

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LSG in 19 overs at 155/5

Rana fails to bowl. A slower one outside to Pooran, which is represented by a dot ball. This is referred to as being too wide outside. Once more, pace off while angling away outside. It crosses the short-third for a boundary as Pooran slashes at it forcefully. Once more, the outside off is too wide; an additional run to Lucknow. For LSG, that means 150 up in 18.2 overs. QUARTER! Short, pulled by Pooran, who gains a leading edge, and that eventually trickles away for a boundary because the fielder is inside the circle. Pooran fails to connect on this one as it is wide and full outside off. Since he thinks this is a wide, he goes up for review. The third umpire has determined that was a fair delivery.

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LSG in 18 overs at 144/5

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LSG in 18 overs at 144/5

Arora also returns. Impact Player Chakravarthy leaves the field to be replaced by Rinku Singh. First bouncer up, slow bouncer pulled away for a single by Krunal. SIX! Once more, Pooran has dragged this away for a deep square-leg maximum bouncer. SIX! Another slower bouncer, but this time Pooran pulls it behind square for consecutive sixes. Heaved away by Pooran for a couple on leg-side and yorker length. Complete and pushed by Pooran through cover for one more. Krunal receives a leading edge towards mid-off for a couple after a low full-toss on the pads.

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