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Dhoni rested for remaining Australia ODIs

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Former Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been rested for the remaining two One-day Internationals of the ongoing five-match series against Australia. India's assistant coach Sanjay Bangar announced this in a media briefing last evening.

Meanwhile, pacer Mohammed Shami is also likely to miss the next two matches due to a leg injury. Bangar said, if Shami is not fit to play, Bhuvneshwar Kumar will join the playing XI.

India, who suffered a 32-run defeat against Australia at Ranchi yesterday, lead the series 2-1. The teams will next clash tomorrow in Mohali.

(AIR)

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