ICC Cricket World Cup: Lineup changed due to injury (part 1)

ICC Cricket World Cup has all the top teams: India, Pakistan, Australia, England, South Africa, New Zealand, West Indies, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan and Bangladesh. They compete for Cricket’s biggest prize, in the global tournament.

All teams are ready for their team to travel to England, where the tournament will be held starting May 30. It is an honor for a player to represent his country at the World Cup. , but some people were unlucky to miss due to injury.

Different teams have the option to replace injured players who are about to join the tournament. Let’s take a look at some of the squad changes that may or may not have been made.


In the case of India, it was the midsize batsman and right-hand crank Kedar Jadhav, who was prepared to miss the World Cup due to injury. The comprehensive player has hurt his left arm while defending Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in the recent Indian Premier League (IPL) final against Mumbai Indians. He was immediately taken off the pitch, and scans showed he would have to rest for a while before playing again, at least as a precaution.

The latest update on his situation shows he is suitable for playing the World Cup, however, according to reports, top boxer Ambati Rayudu, Axar Patel, global player, spinner, Saini ball holder and Ishant Sharma was provided in standby mode.


Pakistani speed racer Mohammad Amir was injured when he was called into his team’s World Cup squad. However, the recruiters were forced to rethink after a series of his poor performances against England, in the ongoing ODI series.

It has been reported that a full medical examination will be conducted for Amir shortly after the series of matches in England. The Pakistan cricket council (PCB) selector tools revealed that a final call on the Amir issue, will be made after they review the test results of the above tests. As a result, they have yet to name a replacement player.