India vs New Zealand: Hosts retain squad for final two ODIs, Suresh Raina ruled out
Suresh Raina was Monday ruled out of the remaining two ODIs against New Zealand after failing to recover from viral fever as India decided not to make any change to the squad
New Delhi: Suresh Raina was Monday ruled out of the remaining two ODIs against New Zealand after failing to recover from viral fever as India decided not to make any change to the squad that has taken a 2-1 lead in the ongoing five-ODI series.
"The All-India Senior Selection Committee has decided to retain the same 14-member squad for the remaining two matches of the five-match Paytm ODI Trophy against New Zealand," the BCCI said in a statement.
"Suresh Raina is still to regain his full fitness and has been ruled out of the remainder of the series."
India lead the series 2-1 after winning the third match last night in Mohali.
The remaining two matches are scheduled to be held in Ranchi (26 October) and Visakhapatnam (29 October .)
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