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Doubts in India camp ahead of Pakistan match


India-Pakistan, two arch-rivals, will enter the field tonight (September 4) in the very important match of Super Four in Asia Cup. The two teams had previously played in the group stage of the ongoing Asia Cup. Rohit Sharma’s team won that match by 5 wickets.

However, before entering the field in today’s match of Super Four, there are doubts about Abesh Khan, one of the best pacers of the team, in the India camp. This pacer is suffering from fever. As a result, Abesh may not be available for the match against Pakistan.

According to Indian media Anandabazar, this pacer has no physical injuries. However, he is suffering from fever. According to a source in the Indian Cricket Board, there is no possibility of Abesh not playing in the first match of the Super Four against Pakistan. This pacer is not in a condition to play. However, the medical team of the Indian team wants to recover this pacer quickly.

If in the end Abesh Khan does not play, then another pacer Deepak Chahar can come in place of Abesh. However, India’s head coach Rahul Dravid said he is hopeful of getting Abesh.

While talking to the media, Dravid said, ‘Abesh’s body is bad. He has a fever. Doctors are taking care of him. Hope it will be fixed soon. He will be seen on Sunday (September 4 against Pakistan) or in the next matches.

Although Abesh is not in his best form in the current Asia Cup. He bowled 2 overs against Pakistan and took 1 wicket for 19 runs. He also took 1 wicket against Hong Kong. But digested 53 runs in 4 overs.

The article is in Bengali

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