The Indian Post Online

Shubman Gill will go to Ahmedabad on Wednesday but is still uncertain for the Pakistan encounter

<p>Shubman Gill, the starting opener for India, is making steady progress in his recovery from dengue fever but he is still a questionable starter for the pivotal World Cup match against Pakistan on Saturday.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-228643″ src=”” alt=” shubman gill will go to ahmedabad on wednesday but is still uncertain for the paki” width=”1246″ height=”704″ srcset=” 299w,×85.jpg 150w” sizes=”(max-width: 1246px) 100vw, 1246px” title=”Shubman Gill will go to Ahmedabad on Wednesday but is still uncertain for the Pakistan encounter 3″></p>
<p>At the Arun Jaitley Stadium in this city, Gill’s teammates will be competing against Afghanistan even as Gill arrives in Ahmedabad later in the day.</p>
<p>“Gill is doing well and is scheduled to depart from Chennai for Ahmedabad today. It is yet unknown whether Gill would participate in a brief training session on Thursday at Motera. He has recovered well, but it’s still unclear whether he will be able to play against Pakistan, a BCCI source said under the condition of anonymity.</p>
<p>Gill had missed the first match against Australia in Chennai and the match against Afghanistan on Wednesday.</p>
<p>Gill had to be brought to a hospital in Chennai for regular medical testing last week since his platelet count had fallen below 70,000. He was released after 24 hours.</p>
<p>Gill, who is very fit, is known to heal more quickly than some of the others.</p>
<p>There is a school of thinking that claims Gill may be more successful than flamboyant Ishan Kishan even at 70% fitness, but a dengue infection seriously weakens the body, thus it would only be fair to enable the right-hander to be 100% fit before Bangladesh’s match.</p>
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