Sreesanth may have got back into the Kerala team but head coach Tinu Yohannan feels the Indian fast bowler should be given time to settle down.

“We don’t want to rush him into things. It’s seven years since he last played. We have some practice sessions to go, two in Alappuzha and two more in Mumbai, let’s see how he does in them but we don’t want to rush him into the field,” Yohannan, the first Kerala star to play Tests, told Sportstar on Wednesday.

This means Sreesanth could possibly miss his side’s opening match of the 2020-21 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, which begins on January 10. “The first game for us is against Puducherry (on January 11), we can’t take a call right now, we would like to wait till the last moment,” he said.

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