Unadkat recalled the Indian check side for the Bangladesh series

Jaydev Unadkat, the left arm pacemaker, has been called up to the India team for check cashing in Bangladesh. 

Unadkat, who led Saurashtra to a Vijay Hazare Trophy victory recently, was picked alongside Mohammed Shami who

as Cricbuzz recently reported, was sidelined for the series due to an arm strain from bowling. India is ready to play evaluations in Bangladesh.

If Unadkat does get to play in any of the Tests in Bangladesh, he could be setting a record for the longest gap between Tests by an Indian cricketer

which is currently held by Parthiv Patel. The 31-12 month old left arm pacer played the most practical test in 2010

 against South Africa at Centurion. Since then, he has played seven ODIs and 10 Twenty20 Internationals, but was never considered for the five-day game.

Unadkat's arrival in Shami's place won't exactly be a similar replacement, but resources within the Board of Control for Cricket in India 

(BCCI) have revealed to Cricbuzz that the veteran pacemaker has been released in modern form.

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