Bengaluru: Senior India opener Shikhar Dhawan was taken for an x-ray after he hurt his left shoulder during the series-deciding third ODI against Australia here on Sunday.
A call on his participation in the match will be taken after further assessment, the BCCI said in a statement.
Dhawan was taken off the field after he got inured in the fifth over of the game at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium.
"Shikhar Dhawan has gone for an x-ray. A call on him being available for the game will be taken once he is back and assessed," the BCCI said.
The left-handed batsman had dived to save an Aaron Finch shot in the cover region before hurting his shoulder.
He then walked out and was replaced by leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal on the field.
The 34-year-old Dhawan had not taken the field for the entire duration of the Australian innings in the second ODI after a Pat Cummins bouncer hit him on the rib cage while batting.
The series is levelled at 1-1.
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The 34-year-old had sustained the injury during the second ODI against India in November and was subsequently ruled out of the third game in Canberra, the three-match T20 series and the first two Tests.
The T20 series will be played in Ahmedabad between 12 and 20 March and will be followed by a three-match ODI series that will be played in Pune between 23 and 28 March.
Bailey - the only selector on tour in New Zealand - attributed Finch's poor form at the Big Bash, where he averaged just 13.8, to five months spent playing cricket in biosecurity bubbles.