England wristspinner Rehan Ahmed to leave India for personal reasons

Rehan Ahmed's tour of India has been cut short, with the England legspinner returning home for an urgent family matter. In a statement, the ECB also said Rehan will not be returning for the rest of the series, and neither will England seek a squad replacement. Rehan, the 19-year-old, highlighted in Britain's initial three Tests against India. He got 11 wickets at a normal of 44, including a match-take of 6 for 153 in Visakhapatnam. He was, nonetheless, avoided with regard to the Britain XI for the fourth Test starting in Ranchi. It is perceived Ben Stirs up's choice to discard Rehan was not connected with him getting back, which just arose after the group had been reported at 1pm on Thursday. Rehan was available at Britain's last instructional course that evening, assisting with different drills. He flies home on Friday, the very first moment of the fourth Test. Recently, Britain needed to look out for Rehan's accessibility for the third Test subsequent to learning of "desk work errors" with him on appearance from the UAE before the third Test. Be that as it may, it was settled, and Rehan got three wickets in Britain's 434-run rout in Rajkot. For the fourth Test, Britain are agreeing with offspinner Shoaib Bashir supplanting Rehan. The other spinner in the Britain XI is left-arm spinner Tom Hartley, their most elevated wicket-taker on the visit with 16.