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U-19 World Cup: India again to full power for Bangladesh conflict in quarters as gamers get better from COVID-19 | Cricket Information

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MUMBAI: In a giant enhance to their possibilities within the ongoing ICC Under-19 World Cup within the West Indies, all of the six covid-hit gamers, together with captain Yash Dhull and his deputy Sheikh Rasheed, in India’s Beneath-19 workforce have recovered after being struck by the virus, and will probably be obtainable for choice for the workforce’s ICC Beneath-19 World Cup quarterfinal towards Bangladesh at Antigua on January 29, TOI has learnt.
“Sure, all of the gamers have recovered. They are going to be part of the workforce immediately and will probably be obtainable for choice for the final eight conflict tomorrow,” a supply within the BCCI informed TOI on Friday.
After they examined constructive for covid on the day of the workforce’s match towards Eire in a Group B conflict in Trinidad final Wednesday — severely jeopardizing the aspect’s marketing campaign — all of the six gamers had been remoted in Trinidad, and missed India’s group stage matches towards Eire and Uganda.
Aside from Dhull and Rasheed, Aaradhya Yadav, Vasu Vats, Manav Parakh, and Siddharth Yadav had been additionally discovered contaminated with the virus, due to which India barely managed to subject an XI towards Eire. All of them missed the subsequent match towards Uganda too as India performed with a naked minimal variety of gamers.
Following the event, the BCCI had final Friday flown in 4 backup gamers for the Covid-wrecked workforce on the ongoing Beneath-19 World Cup within the West Indies. Abhishek Porel (Bengal), Uday Saharan (Rajasthan), Rishith Reddy (Hyderabad), Ansh Gosai (Saurashtra) had been despatched as back-ups to the Dhull-led aspect. “We’ll look to play our strongest aspect for the quarterfinal,” the supply stated.

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