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Kolkata (PTI): The Eden Gardens could be deprived of Sachin Tendulkar's batting for the second game running as Mumbai Indians coach John Wright on...
Kolkata (PTI): The Eden Gardens could be deprived of Sachin Tendulkar's batting for the second game running as Mumbai Indians coach John Wright on Saturday said the veteran cricketer is "unlikely" to play in tomorrow's final against Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League. "At this stage, Sachin is probably doubtful for Sunday. It's probably unlikely. We'll take a final call tomorrow," Wright told reporters in the pre-match press conference here. Tendulkar has not played since injuring his left wrist in a match against Sunrisers Hyderabad. He had also missed yesterday's Qualifier 2 against Rajasthan Royals at the same venue. "It's still a big part of our team whether he is playing or not. We are happy to have him. He has done a great job. We play for people like Sach... We are a family," the former India coach added.