Opener Shikhar Dhawan has not recovered from a knee injury and in such a situation it is not possible to play in the T20 series against West Indies starting on 6 December. Dhawan Mushtaq Ali has also been eliminated from the T20 Trophy. He could not fully recover from a knee injury during the match against Maharashtra, after which the decision was taken. It is clear that he will not be able to fit for the T20 series between India and West Indies.
It is clear that he will not be able to fit for the T20 series between India and West Indies.
33-year-old Dhawan dived during the return to the crease during the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 match against Maharashtra, due to which he suffered an injury. A small piece of wood from the batting pad was put in his left knee and later he had to put more than 20 stitches. Dhawan, who played 58 T20 internationals, also shared some photos on Twitter on November 21, in which his injured knee was also seen. At the same time, Delhi will also miss the fast bowler Navdeep Saini. Navdeep is recovering from a muscle strain in the groin area. Therefore, he will also stay away from the match.