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ICC World Cup 2023: Pandya may not return till last league match

Updated on: 02 November,2023 09:04 AM IST  |  Mumbai
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Pandya had hurt his left ankle while fielding on his own bowling in the game against Bangladesh in Pune on October 19

ICC World Cup 2023: Pandya may not return till last league match

Hardik Pandya

Star India all-rounder Hardik Pandya, who is recovering from an ankle injury, is unlikely to return to action before the team’s World Cup match against the Netherlands on November 12. Pandya had hurt his left ankle while fielding on his own bowling in the game against Bangladesh in Pune on October 19.


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He missed the games against New Zealand and England and is also set to miss the fixtures against Sri Lanka on Thursday and South Africa on November 5. India’s final league match is against Netherlands in Bengaluru on November 12. “It is a minor tear. He is recovering well and is likely to return for the last league game. There is also a possibility that he straight away plays the semi-final,” said a BCCI source. With six wins in as many games, India are set to qualify for the semi-finals.


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