Indian Opener Shikhar Dhawan Injured

Indian Opener Shikhar Dhawan Injured.

Indian Opener Shikhar Dhawan Injured.(pic source : twitter)

India have won their last game against Australia. In their next game of world cup 2019, India will face New Zealand on June 13. After that, the most waited game of world cup 2019 that is India versus Pakistan. India will face Pakistan June 16.

Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan scored a brilliant century in the last game against Australia. He made 117 runs in 109 balls. During this match,Shikhar Dhawan injured his finger and could not do fielding. Ravindra Jadeja took place on the field in his place.

Tuesday he will undergo a scan after that team India will take a call on his participation for the next game. Team physio Pattrick Farhart will take a final call on whether he can take part in India’s upcoming game against New Zealand at Trent Bridge, (June 13). He can return in the form so Virat Kohli and team management will be hoping that he can fully fit before the New Zealand match.

If, Shikhar Dhawan does not recover from injury. Kl Rahul will open the Inning with Rohit Sharma for India in the next game. Kl Rahul is now batting at number 4. If he opens the inning, Vijay Shankar may get a chance to play the next game, and he will bat at number 4.

India will face Newzeland in their next world cup 2019 game. Both teams met each other in the world cup 2019 warm-up match and New Zealand won the warm-up game.

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India have played two matches in the ICC cricket world cup 2019 so far and won both the matches while New Zealand have played three matches in the CWC 2019 and won all of them. With three wins New Zealand have on top in the points table of world cup 2019.

Today in the world cup 2019, Sri Lanka will face Bangladesh. Yesterday, West Indies versus South Africa match abounded due to rain. This match is the second match which can be washed out due to rain.

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