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Sport24.co.za | Injured Kuldeep out of final Test against Proteas

News24 Friday, 18 October 2019
A shoulder injury will keep Indian wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav out of the third Test against South Africa, the country's cricket board said.
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News video: India vs South Africa | Proteas practice ahead of 3rd Test

India vs South Africa | Proteas practice ahead of 3rd Test 01:19

The South African cricket team was seen practicing in Ranchi. Ranchi is hosting the final match of the three-Test series. India have already clinched the series after defeating Proteas in first 2 Tests.

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