Patiala: Doping charges have overshadowed the charm of Kabaddi World Cup 2011. After Australia and US, the England Kabaddi team also faces the threat of elimination.

As per the reports by National Anti Dope Agency (NADA), two more players were found positive in dope test. One player belongs to England whereas the second is from Canada.

“So far, the dope sample report of 120 players have been made public, out of which 33 were found positive and suspended from the tournament,” NADA Director General Rahul Bhatnagar said.

“As per the dope test reports of Wednesday, each player from Canada and England were found positive. Six players from Australia, six from England, five from Canada, four players each from US and Spain, three from Italy, two from Norway, and one each from Argentina and India have joined the list of guilty players” he said.

He further added, “Out of 14 probable in England team who are on third spot in Kabaddi rankings, six are already out of the field if one more found positive that would be terrible for Englishmen as eight players are required to play a match.”

Canada is also not in a good condition as their five players were found positive and the team has only one reserve player.

(JPN/Bureau)