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Middle-order batsman Ajinkya Rahane has been ruled out of the fourth and fifth Tests against England with a finger injury, while fast bowler Mohammed Shami is an uncertain starter for the Mumbai Test, beginning Thursday. Under Armour Shoes From China .Karnataka batsman Manish Pandey replaced Rahane in the squad, while Shardul Thakur was brought in as back-up for Shami, who has a sore knee. Bhuvneshwar Kumar is likely to be the first-choice replacement in the XI for Shami, while Karun Nair is likely to take Rahanes place.Pandey and Thakur had to be pulled out of ongoing Ranji Trophy matches and flown to Mumbai. Pandey was playing against Maharashtra in Mohali, and Thakur against Punjab in Rajkot.The BCCI said Rahane had suffered an avulsion fracture on his right index finger after getting hit by a ball during a practice session on the eve of the Mumbai Test. He managed only 63 runs in five innings in this series. The board also said that Shamis fitness was being monitored and a decision on his inclusion in the XI would be taken on the morning of the match.Shami has had trouble with his leg since the start of the series, when he was seen clutching his hamstring on the first day in Rajkot. The team management, however, said he was merely suffering from cramp and he continued to play the remainder of that Test and those that followed in Visakhapatnam and Mohali. Shami was especially potent with reverse-swing, taking 10 wickets at an average of 25.20.If Shami doesnt make it, India are almost certain to play Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who took a five-wicket haul in the last Test he played. That was why Kohli wasnt too worried about Shamis availability.If you see, whoever has stepped in has given match-winning performances, he said. You speak about Bhuvi, he has come in at St Lucia once and in Kolkata once, and both times he has picked up five wickets, and he has been the match-winner for us. I am not worried because the guys sitting outside are waiting for opportunities. It is not like that they are not looking forward to playing, which is I think a great sign for the team and that is why whoever has played at any stage has given those performances for us. As I said they are pretty keen to step on to the field to grab the opportunity with both hands.Pandey, Rahanes replacement in the squad, had himself hurt his finger while playing a Ranji Trophy game in November. He returned to action last week, making 75 and 58 against Saurashtra. Thakur, meanwhile, has been a more consistent presence this season, claiming 13 wickets in six matches, including a six-wicket haul against Bengal last week. He had been picked in the 17-man squad for the four-Test tour of the West Indies in July-August, but did not get a game. 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THE 15 BEST NRL PLAYERS OFF-CONTRACT AFTER 2017Darius Boyd: Arguably the best fullback in the NRL, Boyds career-best season for Brisbane allowed him to keep the No.1 jerseys in the Queensland and Australian teams.* Ben Barba: The fullback won his first premiership with Cronulla after returning to his best and reviving his career following an unsuccessful stint with the Broncos.* Billy Slater: Sidelined with injury the past two seasons, the star Melbourne No.1 believes he still has plenty to offer.* James Tedesco: The star Wests Tigers fullback is emerging as the man to reverse NSWs State of Origin fortunes. He was brilliant in his Origin debut this year in game three.* Josh Dugan: A shining light during St George Illawarras below-par year, the NSW centre was deemed good enough to keep Canberras tackle-busting machine Joey Leilua out of Australian contention.* Semi Radradra: Amid injury and troubled year off-field, the damaging Parramatta winger won his first Australian cap in 2016. Will be looking for a big 2017 after his place in the Kangaroos squad was taken by Valentine Holmes.* Jack Bird: Still young at 21, the centres signature will be of much interest after a breakout year when he made his Origin debut for NSW. The Sharks have begun negotiations and have guaranteed he wont be going anywhere.* Blake Ferguson: Despite a difficult year with strugglers the Sydney Roosters, Ferguson appears to have overcome off-field woes which led to his early career go off the rails. The centre was an Australian and NSW representative in 2016.* Valentine Holmes: Another key member of the Sharks premiership team, the 21-year-old scored an equal-second competition-high 19 tries this sseason. Cheap Under Armour Authentic. . Made his Test debut for Australia in October against New Zealand.* Anthony Milford: Only 22 but already approaching 100 NRL games, the playmaker is an integral member of the Broncos plans. He was arguably the best player in the competition for the first 10 rounds. Brisbane are expected to throw everything at him to retain his services.* Johnathan Thurston: The superstar North Queensland playmaker is in the latter stages of his career and has flagged stepping down from Queensland Origin duties next year to focus on winning his second premiership at club level. Led the NRL in try assists in 2016.* Ben Hunt: Has been linked with move to Parramatta and has new competition for his halves spot at the Broncos with the arrival of Benji Marshall. Still an invaluable player, having recorded the third-most try assists in the NRL this year.* Shaun Johnson: The halfback is under increasing pressure to lead the Warriors into premiership contention after five years in finals wilderness. Has his best opportunity in 2017 with a likely halves partnership with Kieran Foran, who is set to join the Auckland-based club.* Mitchell Pearce: The Roosters halfback will be out to atone for a year to forget which included his eight-week suspension at the start of the season for his Australia Day indiscretion. He lost the NSW No.7 jumper.* Jason Taumalolo: A breakout year for the Cowboys lock included his first Dally M award which he shared with Melbournes Cooper Cronk. The monster Kiwi averaged the second-most metres of any forward in the competition. ' ' ' 
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