Avesh Khan, a young fast bowler who had been with Team India as a net bowler in the UAE, boarded his flight back to India. The causes behind this are unknown at this time. Avesh Khan said in an Instagram story on Thursday morning that he is returning to Delhi from Dubai. In IPL 2021, Avesh Khan was one of the stars for the Delhi Capitals, guiding the team to the playoffs. With 24 wickets at an economy rate of 7.37, the speedster was DC’s leading wicket-taker. As a result, Team India’s management and selectors decided to keep him in the UAE as a net bowler to assist the team members in their preparations for the T20 World Cup.

On Sunday in Dubai, India will play New Zealand in a crucial Super 12 encounter. Both teams have lost their opening matches to Pakistan, who have advanced to the semi-finals. Pakistan won both of its matches despite being in the lead. Babar Azam’s team stumbled during the chase against the Kiwis, but eventually went over the line after a comfortable 10-wicket win against India.

Hardik Pandya has passed his fitness test and was also seen bowling in the nets on Wednesday, which is good news for Virat Kohli. New Zealand, on the other hand, lost speedster Lockie Ferguson to a calf tear before the Pakistan match, and are also concerned about the fitness of starter Martin Guptill, who sustained a toe injury during the match. Despite the fact that it is still early in the tournament, the India-New Zealand match might be a virtual knockout due to their next matches against Afghanistan, Namibia, and Scotland. However, it is important to remember that Afghanistan thrashed Scotland by 130 runs and, on their day, might surprise by winning against India, Pakistan or New Zealand.