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Hardik Pandya’s injury is likely to keep him out of India’s 2023 World Cup match against New Zealand: Report

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The World Cup 2023 match between India and New Zealand is scheduled to take place in Dharamshala on Sunday, October 22, and it is expected that all-rounder Hardik Pandya will be sidelined.

The India all-rounder Hardik Pandya is probably going to be absent on Sunday, October 22, World Cup 2023, in Dharamshala when the squad plays New Zealand. During India’s match against Bangladesh, Hardik injured his ankle and hobbled off the play. Pandya attempted to block a drive from Litton Das with his right leg in the ninth over of the Bangladeshi innings, but he slipped in the process. Pandya appeared to be in discomfort as he landed awkwardly on his left leg, forcing the physiotherapist to race to the scene. Afterwards, the BCCI verified that Hardik was taken for scans and is under the care of the medical staff.

Hardik will miss Sunday’s match against New Zealand in Dharamshala, the BCCI has already stated. Before India’s match against England on Sunday, October 29, he is probably going to report to Lucknow to join the team.

“In India’s encounter against Bangladesh at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune, team captain Hardik Pandya, a left ankle injury, was incurred while fielding on his own bowling. The all-round player is recommended to take a break after having scans. He will have the BCCI Medical Team’s continual observation. He will now join the team immediately in Lucknow when India plays England, instead of travelling with the team on October 20 to Dharamsala, the BCCI said in a statement.

Hardik will miss Sunday’s match against New Zealand in Dharamshala, the BCCI has already stated. Before India’s match against England on Sunday, October 29, he is probably going to report to Lucknow to join the team.

“In India’s encounter against Bangladesh at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune, team captain Hardik Pandya, a left ankle injury, was incurred while fielding on his own bowling. The all-round player is recommended to take a break after having scans. He will have the BCCI Medical Team’s continual observation. He will now join the team immediately in Lucknow when India plays England, instead of travelling with the team on October 20 to Dharamshala, the BCCI said in a statement.

India beat Bangladesh by seven wickets in Pune on Thursday.

India is in second place in the points table with eight points after winning four of their last five games. With a higher net run-rate, New Zealand is ranked first.

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