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South Africa World Cup pace assault Kagiso Rabada under damage cloud

With the cricket World Cup under about a month away, South Africa's pace assault is under damage cloud with quick bowler Kagiso Rabada the most recent concern. South African group chief Mohammed Moosajee said in an announcement on Friday that he had reviewed Rabada from India where he is featuring for Delhi Capitals in the Indian Premier League.

South Africa World Cup pace assault Kagiso Rabada under damage cloud
South Africa World Cup pace assault Kagiso Rabada under damage cloud
Rabada had been encountering firmness in his lower back and Moosajee, who serves as the group specialist, said that the review was prudent yet fundamental in perspective on Rabada's history of back wounds — he supported a pressure crack a year ago.

South Africa has picked a strong four-man pace battery for the World Cup — yet the sum total of what four have been under damage watch in the development to the competition in England and Wales.

Dale Steyn likewise returned ahead of schedule from the IPL after an erupt of shoulder damage, while Lungi Ngidi and Anrich Nortje were both compelled to miss worthwhile spells in India in light of a side strain and shoulder damage separately.

South Africa World Cup pace assault Kagiso Rabada under damage cloud
Kagiso Rabada, who has recently Injured


Both Ngidi and Nortje have come back to relaxed activity in front of South Africa's pre-World Cup camp on May 12.

There has been no official word on Steyn's recuperation yet the quick bowler appeared in great spirits when he posted an Instagram picture of himself with his pooch on a Cape Town mountain on Thursday.

Rabada is the main wicket-taker in the IPL this year with 25 wickets in 12 matches for Delhi Capitals.

His stretch in the IPL pursued a substantial global season for South Africa in which he played in every one of the five of his nation's Test matches and 14 of 16 one-day internationals. He likewise played in two Twenty20 internationals.

Moosajee said Rabada had examines in Delhi. South African group physiotherapist Craig Govender, who was in Delhi, settled on an evaluation and the choice was made to review him for the rest of the IPL.

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