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Sardar Singh doubtful for India’s Asia cup opener versus Oman

india Updated: Aug 24, 2013 00:02 IST
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The India hockey team was dealt a severe blow ahead of their opening Asia Cup group league encounter against minnows Oman after skipper Sardar Singh was ruled out due to viral fever. Sardar, who was hospitalised, was discharged on Thursday but is being rested.

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