World Cup T20: Deepak Chahar sprained ankle; Mukesh Choudhary, Chetan Sakariya join the team as net throwers | News about cricket

NEW DELHI: India’s ODI team has been dealt a blow for becoming a senior athlete Deepak Chahar is likely to miss the remaining two games due to a sprained ankle during a training session ahead of the first game against South Africa in Lucknow.
Chahar was not part of the Indian team playing XI as Shikhar Dhawan’s side lost nine times in their opening match with the visitors scoring 250 in just 40 rounds.
“Deepak has sprained his ankle but it’s not too serious. However, a few days of rest may be advisable,” an anonymous source in selection matters told PTI on condition of anonymity. .
“So that will be the call of the team management if they want to risk Deepak while he is at T20 World Cup waiting list. In any case, if there is a request there, it will take precedence. ”
As of now, Jasipino BumrahThe replacement in the T20 World Cup squad is Mohammed Shami, who is gradually and surely going to fit in and is expected to fly to Australia within the next 3-4 days.

“Mohammed Shami, if fit, will always be the first substitute as that’s the closest the Indian team can get in terms of absolute quality. He’ll be involved for some time next week,” the source said. more.
Mukesh Choudhary, Chetan Sakariya join the T20 team as a basketball player
Last year found Chennai Super Kings, left arm swimmer Mukesh Choudhary of Maharashtra and Chetan Sakariya of Saurashtra have joined the team as pitchers for the T20 World Cup.
It is understood that as most teams have left-handed athletes in their ranks and India’s Arshdeep Singh will need to rest between matches, Mukesh and Chetan have accompanied the team for the Perth leg of the tour. fight.

“Mukesh and Chetan flew in with the team yesterday. They will now be on the same team for the return leg to Perth, where India is supposed to play a few practice matches.”
According to the Indian training schedule in Perth, they will have three rigorous training days of five hours from 11am to 4pm on October 8, 9 and 12, while on October 10 and 13. 10, two T20 warm-up matches will be held.


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