Shubman Gill News: Big blow to India in the World Cup, Shubman Gill's health is bad; Difficult to play against Australia
An early setback has befallen Team India ahead of their 2023 ODI World Cup campaign. Shubhman Gill, the opening batsman for Team India, is no longer in good health. He finds it challenging to participate in the game against Australia. He might, however, be fully recovered before the Pakistani encounter. Gill's availability for Sunday's game is uncertain. Ishan Kishan and Rohit Sharma can begin the innings if Gill is out.
Before a final decision is made, Gill, who has been India's most successful batter in ODIs recently, will reportedly have a dengue test on Friday. He is now afflicted with a high fever.
According to a BCCI insider who is aware of the team's progress, Shubman has had a high temperature since arriving in Chennai. They're testing him. On Friday, he will undergo testing, and a decision regarding his participation in the opening game will be made." According to the source, Gill won't be able to play in several matches since he is being tested for dengue.
Dengue patients' physical recovery times vary, but it often takes them seven to ten days to fully recover. "Let's not rush things. He can take antibiotics if it's a typical viral fever, but the medical staff will make the final choice on that," the insider stated.
This year, India's most productive batsman has been Shubman Gill. In one-day international cricket, he has amassed over a thousand runs, including two double hundreds. Gill's contribution to India's World Cup victory will be crucial. All of Team India's players would be hoping and praying for him to recover quickly in such a circumstance.