Rajkot: India batsman Yuvraj Singh's finger injury has rendered him doubtful for the first one-dayer against Sri Lanka and a final decision on his availability would be taken on Monday.
Yuvraj, the star of the second Twenty20 match against Sri Lanka where he scored a breathtaking 25 ball 60 to help India win, picked-up a fracture in his left hand while fielding in the match.
Saurashtra Cricket Association president Niranjan Shah said on Sunday that the team management would take a decision on Yuvraj after going through the report submitted by the orthopedic surgeon.
"The Indian Team management will take a final decision on Monday whether Yuvraj would play or not, after looking at the report submitted by the orthopedic surgeon," sources said
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The former BCCI secretary, however, declined to comment further on the doctor's report.
Yuvraj was taken to Dr Dinkar Virparia's clinic late in the evening for check-up after the left-hander complained of pain in his finger.
Later he was taken to the Rajkot Imaging Centre where an X-ray of his finger was taken.
Earlier in the day, India and Sri Lanka teams arrived here for the first one-day international of the five-match series, beginning on Tuesday.
The teams arrived here on a chartered plane amidst tight security.