IND vs PAK: Shubman Gill is unlikely to be ready for the clash with Pakistan. cricket news


Chennai: Shubman Gill He may be in a race to be fit for India’s match against Pakistan in Ahmedabad on October 14. According to sources, his platelet count had dropped to 90,000 per micro liter after dengue, whereas for a normal male athlete, it should be between 1.5. Lakh to 4.5 lakh per micro liter of blood.
Informed doctors believe that although Gill may recover physically and his platelet count may rise in the next two days, there is little chance that he will regain match fitness before October 14.
“The sensible thing would be to bring him back. India have a gap of five days after the match against Pakistan and it might be a better idea to play him against Bangladesh on October 19,” a source said.
Before the game against Australia, India captain Rohit Sharma had said that as much as he would like Gill back, his health is the primary concern and there would be no rush to get him back. Given the situation, Gill may have to wait for a few more days to make his ODI World Cup debut and India will have to make do with Ishan Kishan for now.


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