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DEEPAK CHAHAR MAY MISS THE REMAINING ODI'S AGAINST SOUTH AFRICA | 20-20 WORLD CUP ALSO IN DOUBT


DEEPAK CHAHAR MAY MISS THE REMAINING ODI'S AGAINST SOUTH AFRICA BY 11IC BLOG

Due to a twisted ankle, Indian pacer Deepak Chahar is likely to miss the remaining two ODIs against South Africa. Before the first match against South Africa in Lucknow, he suffered the injury in training. As a result of Shikhar Dhawan's side losing by nine runs to the visitors in the first match, Chahar was not named to the Indian playing XI. The development was revealed to PTI by a source. "Deepak has twisted his ankle, but it's not too serious. On condition of anonymity, a source privy to selection issues told PTI that a few days of rest might be appropriate. As Deepak is on the standby list for the T20 World Cup, it will be up to the management whether to risk him. Any requirement there would be a priority.” In the 20-20 World Cup 2022, Mohammed Shami is expected to replace Jasprit Bumrah. In terms of sheer quality, Mohammed Shami was always going to be the first replacement if he were fit. Next week, he will join," the source said. The World Cup net bowlers will be Mukesh Choudhary and Chetan Sakariya In the T20 World Cup, Mukesh Choudhary of Maharashtra and Chetan Sakariya of Saurashtra have already been named net bowlers. Due to the fact that most teams have a left-arm seamer in their ranks and that India's Arshdeep Singh will need rest between games, Mukesh and Chetan accompanied the team on the Perth leg of the tour. Yesterday, Mukesh and Chetan flew in with the team. They will be with the team for the Perth leg where India will practice," the source said. During India's training in Perth, there will be three days of five-hour sessions between 11 a.m. and 6 pm. and 4 pm. On October 8, 9, and 12. On October 10 and 13, there will be two T20 warm-up games. I recommend visiting 11ic website which offer lots of casino games, slots, lottery and sports that I'm pretty sure you will enjoy so much! Enjoy and have fun bettors!


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