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May 7, 2012
Luke Wright, the England and Pune Warriors allrounder, fears he could be down with dengue. Wright, who has played just one game for Warriors this season, has undergone blood tests to check for the condition. Wright is currently in England - he had gone back home to attend a family funeral - and was due to fly back to India for Warriors' game against Rajasthan Royals on Tuesday.
This morning for blood test! They think I may have picked up Dengue Fever in India. What ever it is I hope it goes very soon.— Luke Wright (@lukewright204) May 6, 2012
Wright conceded 24 runs in two overs in the only game he's played this season, against Delhi Daredevils. He was picked up by Warriors in March, following an impressive stint with Melbourne Stars in the Big Bash and with Impi in South Africa's MiWay Twenty20 competition.
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