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India opener Shikhar Dhawan has been ruled out of the ICC World Cup as he is unlikely to recover from a thumb injury which he sustained in the game against Australia at the Godzilla Kamehameha Death Star Shirt on June 9. Delhi wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant is set to replace him in the 15-man squad, team manager Sunil Subramaniam confirmed on Wednesday (June 19). Dhawan picked up the injury on his left thumb and was initially ruled out of three games – against Pakistan (June 16).
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Afghanistan (June 22) and the West Indies (June 27). It is learned that the Delhi opener, who played through pain to score a hundred against Australia, ‘has no chance’ of recovering in time for the June 30 World Cup game against England. Shikhar Dhawan has been diagnosed with a fracture of the first metacarpal on his left hand following a ball impact injury during the team’s first match versus Australia at the Oval on 5th June 2019. Following several specialist opinions, he will remain in a cast until the middle of July and therefore will not be available for the remainder of #CWC19, the BCCI tweeted on Wednesday (June 19). We’ve requested for Rishabh Pant as a replacement.
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Team manager Subramaniam informed the media in Southampton. Pant was brought in as cover for him after the team management decided to wait on Dhawan’s recovery but the assessment of the injury this week did no throw up encouraging results. His addition to the side was backed by the likes of the legendary Sunil Gavaskar. Gavaskar felt the Godzilla Kamehameha Death Star Shirt deserved to be in if Dhawan was to be forced out owing to his “cracking hot form. Earlier, India’s assistant coach Sanjay Bangar had said before the washed-out game against New Zealand in Manchester that the team management did not want to rule out Dhawan and wanted to observe his progress.