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India to protect Kedar Jadhav's World Cup spot

Kedar Jadhav's IPL may have reached an untimely end in light of shoulder damage, however his World Cup spot is probably going to stay flawless. ESPNcricinfo comprehends that the Indian choice panel, driven by MSK Prasad, has been informed that Jadhav's damage probably won't be as genuine as was before dreaded.

India to protect Kedar Jadhav's World Cup spot
India to protect Kedar Jadhav's World Cup spot
With the ICC's playing conditions for the World Cup enabling groups to make changes to their primer squads of 15 until May 23, it is trusted that Prasad's board will hold up till as close as conceivable to the Indian group's flight before naming a substitution for Jadhav, in the event that they are compelled to.

Last Sunday, playing in Chennai Super Kings' last group coordinate in the IPL, against Kings XI Punjab in Mohali, Jadhav hurt his left shoulder while handling in the profound. He left the field promptly and did not return.

It was comprehended at the time that Jadhav's IPL was likely finished, and on Tuesday evening, Super Kings mentor Stephen Fleming affirmed the news to the host telecaster on the sidelines of his group's Qualifier 1 go head to head against Mumbai Indians, which they lost.

India to protect Kedar Jadhav's World Cup spot
Jadhav's IPL was likely finished

"All things considered, he is out for us, and after that it is just about being precise with that evaluation," Fleming said. "He was experiencing the sweeps and working with Patrick Farhart (the Indian group physiotherapist), so there's clearly one eye now on the World Cup and getting him fit.

"In any case, from our perspective, he is surely out of the competition."

The determination board is comprehended to have gotten an update from Farhart, which demonstrates that Jadhav is probably going to be completely fit before the Indian squad withdraws for the World Cup on May 22. India play their first match at the World Cup on June 5, against South Africa.

In the event that Jadhav can't make the trek, the selectors will pick a substitution from the backup rundown of five players: Rishabh Pant, Ambati Rayudu, Axar Patel, Navdeep Saini and Ishant Sharma. By chance, Saini is likewise part of the group of four of quick bowlers who will head out with the squad to the World Cup to work as net bowlers, the other three being Deepak Chahar, Khaleel Ahmed and Avesh Khan

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