Prithvi Shaw unlikely to be available for Delhi Capitals’ last two league games

At the post-match presentation, captain Rishabh Pant was asked if Shaw’s IPL was over. He too didn’t have a concrete answer. “We miss him, but at the same time that is something we cannot control,” Pant said. “He got typhoid or something like that because the doctor told me that. Hopefully, he will be back [but] we don’t know yet. If he is back it’s going to be a good addition for us.”
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