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The return of Mohammed Shami and Prithvi Shaw is expected to be postponed

<p>With his knee ligament damage sustained in August of last year, Prithvi Shaw is unlikely to return to competitive cricket until March as he continues his rehabilitation.<br />
Shaw will put in the hard work in the coming weeks to see whether his knee can withstand the rigors of playing competitive cricket before making a return, according to a report in Cricbuzz.</p>
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<p>Presently, it seems like the colorful right-hander may not participate until the 2024 Indian Premier League season.</p>
<p>Mumbai’s prospects of winning the current Ranji Trophy might be hampered by Shaw’s absence since he gives them reliable beginnings. Notably, Shaw hasn’t represented India in cricket since July 25, 2021, during a T20I match at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo against Sri Lanka. With the exception of one T20I, he has participated in five Tests and six ODIs for the Men in Blue.</p>
<p>Shaw, 24, scores two half-centuries and a century in his debut against the West Indies to enable him average 42.37 with the willow in the longest version of the game.</p>
<p>His first-class record, which includes 12 century and 16 half-centuries, reads significantly better with 3802 runs at an average of 50.02.</p>
<p>Mohammed Shami is under a big injury concern.<br />
Mohammed Shami, who took the most wickets at the 2023 ODI World Cup, has been out of action since the competition ended.</p>
<p>Due to an ankle injury, he was unable to play during India’s Test tour of South Africa and will not be included in the Indian team for the first two Tests against England, which will begin on January 25 at Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium. As part of the current World Test Championship (WTC) 2023–25 cycle, India will host England for a five-match Test series at home.</p>

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