The ‘backbone’ of Indian cricket, Ranji Trophy returns after 2 years

Ahmedabad: The ‘backbone’ of Indian cricket, the Ranji Trophy, will make a long-awaited return after two years amid the easing COVID-19 situation in the country, giving numerous domestic cricketers the chance to make a name for themselves in red ball cricket while giving veterans like Ajinkya Rahane and Cheteshwar Pujara one last chance to revive their testing career.

A third wave of COVID-19 had threatened the main domestic event for the second year in a row, but the decline in infections allowed the BCCI to hold the event with 38 teams, a huge logistical task in the new standard of biosafe environments.

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