Kedar Jadhav had been injured in the IPL by playing on behalf of Chennai SuperKing
The Indian team will leave for England on 22nd May, the tournament will start from May 30
Sports desk Kedar Jadhav, who was part of the Indian World Cup team, was injured during the IPL. So far, his injury has not been completely cured, so skepticism is still on his playing in the World Cup. According to media reports, the BCCI has started exploring Jadhav's options. Ambati Rayudu and Akshar Patel have names in the forefront. According to ICC rules, any cricket board can make changes to its team till May 23. The World Cup is to be played in England and Wales from May 30 to July 14.
Raidu made 282 runs in 17 matches at an average of 23.50 in IPL. He was not included due to poor form in the World Cup team. Vijay Shankar was replaced in the 15-man squad instead of Ryudu. At the same time, Akshar Patel played 14 matches in this IPL season. During this he scored 110 runs and took 10 wickets.
'Jadhav's fitness will be decided next week'
According to an official of the BCCI, "The senior selectors of BCCI are keeping an eye on Jadhav's fitness every day. Team India physio Patrick Farhat is also keeping an eye on Jadhav. It will be hasty to say something but it will be decided next week. The Indian team will leave for England on May 22. "
'One of Raidu-Patel will be selected'
He said, "The selector has kept five players for the World Cup as a standby, Jadhav is a batsman, so the selectors can replace him as Ambati Rayudu and Akshar Patel in the team like both Jadhav. Part time can bowl too. "
'Pant to prepare West Indies tour'
"Apart from this, there are three other options, Rishabh Pant, Ishant Sharma and Navdeep Saini, who have been included in the India-A squad for the series against West Indies A, which is clear from the fact that the selectors In a way it has been said that they prepare for the Indian team's tour of West Indies after the World Cup. "