Sanjay Bangar Gives Injury Update On Shikhar Dhawan

Breaking! No Shikhar Dhawan for 3 weeks in World Cup

India decide to keep Dhawan in World Cup squad despite injured opener facing three weeks out

Heavy rain in Nottingham since Monday is likely to delay the start of India vs New Zealand ICC World Cup 2019 encounter on Thursday at Trent Bridge.

Cricket analysts are of the opinion that K.L. Rahul will now be the opening partner of Rohit Sharma with Dinesh Karthick and Vijay Shankar bolstering up the middle order.

What time does the India vs New Zealand World Cup 2019 match begin? To make matters worse, as per forecast, 90 percent rain is expected on game day, even though the chances of a truncated match can't be ruled out.

During his innings, Dhawan was hit on his left thumb that has forced him out of action for at least three weeks.

Dhawan picked up the injury during the match-winning hundred against Australia on Sunday.

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The Board of Control for Cricket in India did not reveal the extent of Dhawan's injury, but said the left-hander will stay with the team after rumours he would have to be replaced. But the BCCI decided against sending Dhawan back home.

However, he took a blow to his hand from a Pat Cummins delivery early into his innings and did not field during Australia's reply.

Team physio Patrick Farhart is assessing Dhawan's injury after the batsman was taken to Leeds for detailed scans.

Meanwhile, rising star Rishabh Pant and Ambati Rayudu are on the BCCI´s official stand-by list in case a replacement for Dhawan is needed.

If the game is washed-out both India and New Zealand will get one point each.

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