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Injury worry for South Africa

South African trio Dale Steyn, JP Duminy and Imran Tahir are nursing injuries, the team management said. They also added that there is nothing to worry about and the trio could be ready for the next match against Netherlands on Thursday.

cricket Updated: Feb 28, 2011 00:51 IST

Injury worry for South Africa

New Delhi: South African trio Dale Steyn, JP Duminy and Imran Tahir are nursing injuries, the team management said. They also added that there is nothing to worry about and the trio could be ready for the next match against Netherlands on Thursday. “During training, Dale bumped into Graeme (Smith), so just a slight bruise on the right side,” team spokeswoman said. Tahir and Duminy didn’t take part in the practice. “Imran has a slight respiratory tract infection and JP has got a lower back stiffness after his batting the other night.” she claimed. “It's just as a precaution (that they did not practice), nothing to worry about it.” she added. Reuters

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