New Delhi: Yuvraj Singh’s support in the semi-last of the progressing ICC World Twenty20 against West Indies on Thursday hangs in a cloud and Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni will be trusting the veteran southpaw would be cleared to play.
Yuvraj turned his lower leg in the amusement against Australia on Sunday and there is a tension over his accessibility. In spite of the fact that India have the accomplished and adaptable Ajinkya Rahane as a strong substitution, they have run with the advantage of including Manish Pandey in the squad as spread.
Yuvraj has contributed in urgent circumstances for India particularly in the recreations against Pakistan and Australia and his quality in the side is monstrous.
Yuvraj’s accreditations as a moderate left-arm bowler is surely understood and he assumed a characterizing part against Australia in the wake of contributing with the ball and bat. The wicket of Steve Smith and the profitable organization with Virat Kohli was a critical viewpoint in the diversion.
Dhoni will be trusting his side stays unaltered against West Indies and Yuvraj is fit to proceed as the last gives him alternatives on the field with his tremendous experience.
In the event that Yuvraj neglects to make it to the beginning XI, both Rahane and Pandey are capable concealment for the senior left-hander.
Both batsmen who had serious net session on Monday night, will be enthusiastic to contribute with the merchandise against a starry Windies outfit.
For the present Yuvi too will be seeking after a quick recuperation thus will be every one of the fans.