New Zealand has set a two-week deadline for captain Kane Williamson to establish his health for the one-day World Cup, which begins in October.

New Zealand’s head coach, Gary Stead, has set captain Kane Williamson a two-week deadline to establish his health for the one-day World Cup, which begins in October. In April, the batsman tore the cruciate ligaments in his right knee while playing for the Gujarat Titans in the Indian Premier League. The 33-year-old has recovered well and is already hitting in the nets, with a spot in New Zealand’s 15-man team on the horizon. “We’ve got about two weeks from now until we name that side,” Stead told New Zealand media.

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