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World Cup 2019: Getting wickets against Pakistan gave me confidence says Vijay Shankar

Mid-Day Friday, 21 June 2019
India all-rounder Vijay Shankar is hopeful of taking the field against Afghanistan in their World Cup clash on Saturday despite picking up a knock during training on Wednesday.

"Personally, I'm hopeful of playing. Someone like Jasprit Bumrah, you expect it in the nets (to get hit), you have to be ready," Shankar said in the...
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India all-rounder Vijay Shankar is hopeful of taking the field against Afghanistan in their World Cup clash on Saturday despite picking up a knock during training on Wednesday.

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