Mohit Sharma replaces wounded Ishant Sharma in World Cup squad

Ishant, WHO suffers from a knee injury he sustained throughout the national holiday check against Australia, will, as per rules, not be allowed to come to the planet Cup unless another player is wounded and his replacement wanted.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Sunday approved quick bowler Mohit Sharma as replacement for the wounded Ishant Sharma in India's World Cup squad, once the Event Technical Committee and its health care provider found the extent of Ishant's knee injury serious enough to warrant replacement.

Bowlers face burnout
India play their initial prolusion match against Australian on Sunday, whereas their campaign opener is slated for February fifteen at Adelaide against arch rivals Asian country.

Geoff Allardice (ICC head - Cricket, Chairman), Campbell Jamieson (ICC head - Commercial), John Harnden (Chief government, CWC 2015 LOC), Gavin Larsen (Cricket Operations Manager, New Zealand) and Russel Arnold and Sanjay Manjrekar (independent nominees) area unit the members of the Events Technical Committee.

Ishant out of WC
Any injury or unwellness-based replacement needs a written submission to the Event Technical Committee at the side of a designation from a health care provider on the extent of the injury or illness. Once replaced, a player might not come to the squad save as AN approved consequent replacement for one more wounded or sick player," the independent agency aforesaid in its announcement.

Mohit, WHO conjointly plays for the MS Dhoni diode city Super Kings within the Indian Premier League, has compete twelve ODIs during which he has taken ten wickets.

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