- Rishabh Pant has been approached to prepare to leave for England at the soonest
- Pant is yet to be named as substitution for the Injured Shikhar Dhawan
- Shikhar Dhawan has endured a minor break to his left side thumb and will be out for about fourteen days
Rishabh Pant is set to go to England as replace for the injured Shikhar Dhawan despite the fact that the rlatter will keep on remaining with the group and experience treatment for his damage.
Addressing IANS, sources aware of everything of improvements said that Pant has just been informed that he needs to prepare to leave for England at the most punctual.
Pant is yet to be named as replacement for Dhawan as the BCCI is as yet cheerful that the India opener will recuperate from his damage in a little while.
The BCCI in an announcement stated: "Group India opening batsman Dhawan is directly under the perception of the BCCI therapeutic group. The group the executives has chosen that Dhawan will keep on being in England and his advancement will be observed.
"Dhawan continued damage on the back of his left deliver the district between the pointer and thumb during the group coordinate against Australia on Sunday."
Pant, who was at first disregarded for Dinesh Karthik when the 15-part squad was picked, will gather his packs and leaving for the UK. While it is far-fetched that the 21-year old will be at first accessible for choice, a call will be brought investigating Dhawan's advancement.
Dhawan endured his damage in the wake of being hit by a Pat Cummins conveyance during his 109-ball 117 thump against Australia. While the X-beam didn't demonstrate any break, CT sweep uncovered generally and Dhawan was taken to an authority for further evaluation.