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Injury scare for Vijay Shankar ahead of India vs New Zealand warm-up

NEW DELHI: India all-rounder Vijay Shankar has reportedly suffered an harm on the eve of his crew’s ICC World Cup 2019 warm-up fit towards New Zealand at Kennington Oval in London on Saturday.

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According to media reports, Shankar, right through a internet consultation, was once hit on his right hand while making an attempt a pull shot off Khaleel Ahmed who was once integrated in the Indian squad as one of the vital 4 internet bowlers.

Shankar walked off the sector in ache with a reinforce body of workers sporting his bat and pads, in step with reports.

As consistent with reports, Shankar was once taken for precautionary scans and a call on his participation in Saturday's warm-up recreation might be taken after the reports are out.

The Tamil Nadu all-rounder has been projected as a imaginable candidate for the number 4 slot after some spectacular performances for India right through excursion of New Zealand earlier in the year.

At the time of pronouncing the squad, leader selector MSK Prasad said that Shankar is being viewed as number 4 batsman. Ambati Rayudu was once noticed as a possible batsman at that spot, but Shankar was once given a nod ahead of him in the final squad because of his three-d skills.

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