India opener Shikhar Dhawan will experience preparatory sweeps on Tuesday to decide the degree of damage on his swollen left thumb.
Dhawan, saint of India's success over Australia in the World Cup on Sunday, played through torment in the wake of being hit on the thumb by a rising conveyance from pacer Nathan Coulter-Nile.
He looked in extensive agony however carried on to score 117 off 109 balls.
Be that as it may, Dhawan didn't take the field because of the damage and Ravindra Jadeja handled in his place for the whole 50 overs.
It has been gained from that Dhawan will experience prudent tests following which physio Patrick Farhart will accept an approach his investment in the following game against New Zealand at Trent Bridge on Thursday.
The Indian group would trust that it's anything but a crack and a tad of swelling that ought to mend in the following couple of days. Starting at now, Dhawan has a taping on his thumb.