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The name of the biggest worry for the 10 participants before the start of the World Cup is now a threat to injury. Supporters are also working as well as worries about when a cricketer falls in the risk of a World Cup game. England captain Eoin Morgan has been injured on Friday. On the same day Sri Lanka's Abhishek Fernando has left the field in the warm-up match against South Africa, Virat Kohli's team has been caught in that anxiety. Indian all-rounder Vijay Shankar got injured after practicing injuries in the match against the Kiwis.

Victory hit right hand in London during practice. As soon as getting hurt, leave the practice and go to the dressing room. Left-handed fast bowler Khalil Ahmed hit a penalty shot in the bouncer and hit the right-hander allrounder. Left-handed pacer Khalil is not in the Indian squad for the World Cup, but stands in England with the team as stand-by player. Victory hit him while playing his ball in practice.

Regarding the all-round injury of the right-hander, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has not yet officially informed the injury, but initially the injury is not considered as serious. However, he was not kept in the eleven match for the New Zealand preparatory match.

Meanwhile, Indian middle-order batsman Kedar Yadav is also suffering from injuries. This batting all-rounder has not yet fully recovered from the injury during the IPL game. Although he used to practice light on Friday, he could not be fully fit for the match. So, he has not been kept in the India XI for today's preparatory match against New Zealand.

According to Indian team management sources, two cricketer injuries are not as serious. The team has expressed hope that Vijay and Kedar Yadav will soon recover. However, at the exact moment of the World Cup, there was a slight respite for anxiety, but the Indian camp and supporters' forehead.

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