The first ODI of the 5 match series between India and Australia is to be played on March 2
Pant can take responsibility for wicketkeeping in case of Dhoni's absence
Hyderabad Mahendra Singh Dhoni is reported to have been injured during the practice session before the start of the five-match series against Australia. Team colleague of the staff, Raghavendra, is on the middle part of Dhoni's right-hand wrist and elbows. There is a doubt about his injury in the first ODI after injury.
Dhoni did not practice after injury
Former Indian captain, batting practice for a long time on Friday. After the official session all the team's players were taking Throwdown. A similar ball from Raghavendra got from the next part of Dhoni's right arm.
After this he did not practice batting as a precaution. He complained of pain in his hand. How severe his injury is, it is not clear right now. There is also doubt about playing in their first ODI. By this evening, this will be the last decision.
If Dhoni is unavailable in the first ODI, Rishabh Pant will have to take responsibility for wicketkeeping. This is the most likely option in the state of not being fit for Dhoni's time.
In the case of team management looking forward to all their batting options, both KL Rahul and Ambati Raidu will be in the final eleven, then Rahul may have to stand behind the wicket.
The Indian team has lost the T-20 series 2-0. Five ODIs are being started from March 2. In such a situation, Team India will be defeating Australia and returning to the match again.