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Harbhajan Singh is fit to play in all formats for India - Ganguly

Harbhajan Singh, who has had a injury and bad season was ruled out of the team last year and has not yet made to the selection even once from then. As we are nearing to the ICC T20 World Cup 2012, the 15 member Indian squad to fly to Sri Lanka for the world cup was announced. Interestingly, Harbhajan Singh was listed among the 15 members of the squad to make the inexperienced Indian spin attack look stronger. HArbhajan Singh played his last game for India in July of last month and since then he has been facing problems to return back to the side. On selecting Harbhajan for the world cup, Sourav Ganguly the former Indian Captain thinks that Harbhajan is one of the best spinners of India and that the off spinner from Punjab is such a cricketer who has 700 international wickets under his belt, over 12 years of experience should not be out of the international arena over a year and definitely deserves a place in the Indian team.

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