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Indian Players Who Are Most Likely To Miss The ODI World Cup

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The International Cricket Council (ICC) announced the schedule for the upcoming ODI World Cup in India, just three months from the beginning of the marquee event.

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While all teams will play an equal number of matches in the league stage, India will be travelling more than any other teams, with their nine matches scheduled across nine cities across the country. 

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It becomes important for the players to be at the top of their fitness level, especially those who will be returning from injuries. We look at some of the players whom India might miss for the entirety or some part of the ODI World Cup.

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Rishabh PantAs per reports, Rishabh Pant's progress has been pretty smooth but given the extent of the injury he suffered from an unfortunate accident, he is unlikely to make it to the tournament.

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Jasprit BumrahJasprit Bumrah is reportedly bowling seven overs per day at NCA, and he is aiming for a full recovery in the next three months, which might be an uphill battle. Even if he recovers, there's a doubt whether he can give ten overs per match.

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KL RahulOnly last month KL Rahul shared a picture of himself walking in crutches, after undergoing surgery for his quadriceps. If Rahul doesn't make it, finding his replacement will be tricky for India.

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