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19:04 - By Himanshu Suri 0

Sunil Narine Not Playing in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015

West Indies' worries ahead of World Cup 2015 have increased with their head spinner Sunil Narine choosing to haul out of the squad. Puzzled spinner Narine chose to provide for himself of a chance time to take a shot at his bowling action, which was accounted for as suspect in progressive matches amid a year ago's Champions League T20 where Narine spoke to Kolkata Knight Riders. 

Taking after that, Narine had told the WICB that he would deal with his rehab all alone. The Knight Riders were vigorously included in helping Narine amid the time. After more than three months from aggressive cricket, Narine was instrumental in Trinidad & Tobago winning the residential one-day rivalry on Sunday. He conveyed an unbroken eight-over spell in which he sliced through Guyana with his varieties on his route to a six-for that incorporated the wicket of the inconceivably experienced Shivnarine Chanderpual, who was lbw to an excellent offbreak.

Shikhar Dhawan to Sort out the off Stump Blues before CWC

Shikhar Dhawan is struggling for form. It is self-evident. MS Dhoni has been dropping indications that a break may benefit him, however Rohit Sharma's injury - and only seven batsmen in a squad of 17 - implied Dhawan has to play in Sydney. We didn't get enough play to constitute a match, which implied India stayed alive in the competition, however it was time enough for Dhawan to play a poor stroke and get out for his fourth straight single-figure score on the visit. In nine worldwide innings on this visit he has scored one and only half-century, and that, it can be contended, came in the second innings in Brisbane when all had been lost. Dhawan has to get back to form before the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.

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