DELHI: India ODI and T20I skipper MS Dhoni endured a muscle fit in the back amid an instructional meeting on Monday in Dhaka. The determination board of trustees has named Parthiv Patel as the go down wicketkeeper for the up and coming Asia Cup.
By discharge, Patel will join the group in Dhaka at the soonest as India tackle Bangladesh in the competition opener on February 24. With the ICC World Twenty20 three weeks away, the competition in Bangladesh permits the Indian group one final shot at focusing in on their best mix and also trying out the seat quality.
Patel has played 20 Tests, 38 one-day internationals (ODI) and only two Twenty20 internationals, last speaking to India in an ODI against Sri Lanka four years back at Brisbane.
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Dhoni’s wellness is vital for the group as the Asia Cup will be trailed by the immeasurably critical World Twenty20, to be played crosswise over seven Indian urban communities from March 15 to April 3.
Dhoni’s harm comes as the most recent misfortune for Team India after quick bowler Mohammed Shami was precluded of the Asia Cup a week ago since he neglected to recuperate from a hamstring strain.