Oram, cleared for World Cup despite ankle injury

Jacob Oram, the all-rounder of New Zealand, gets the go signal on travelling to the subcontinent for the World Cup after he sustained an ankle injury before the last one-dayer opposing to Pakistan.

The cricketer was expected to play in the said event but he unfortunately suffered an injury while he bowled before the game but he was given on Sunday the clear following X-Ray, MRI scan and independent medical assessment.

Oram said that he had developed a pain in his ankle and even though it didn’t feel that serious, he wasn’t able to bowl with comfort.

He added that the medics got the needed assessments finished and he sweated on the outcomes but was said to be pleased when the doctor told him he was already fit on travelling with the team for the World Cup.

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