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Kane Williamson may still travel to India as mentor for ODI World Cup

Kane Williamson may still travel to India as mentor for ODI World Cup

New Zealand's Kane Williamson, who suffered a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee during the opening game of IPL 2023, may still tr

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New Zealand’s Kane Williamson, who suffered a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee during the opening game of IPL 2023, may still travel to India for the ODI World Cup as a mentor, with the team management considering the possibility. However, New Zealand head coach Gary Stead has not ruled out Williamson’s participation as a player just yet. Williamson is currently undergoing rehabilitation, and his knee is still in a brace. The ODI World Cup is set to take place from October 5 to November 19 in 12 Indian cities, but the official schedule is yet to be released.

Chapman is in the frame for the World Cup, says Stead, while Guptill could well be in the fray, too, if Williamson doesn’t make it

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