KARACHI - Pakistan skipper Shoaib Malik, who suffered from dehydration in match against Sri Lanka, did not join the teammates for a training session here Monday afternoon at the DHAS to get ready for home teams second super four match in Asia Cup on July 2 at the National Stadium. According to information available Shoaib Malik who scored slow 53 in his teams 64 runs defeat against Sri Lanka on Sunday night was administrators drip as soon as he returned to the pavilion late in the night. Shoaib Had developed cramps while batting in the group B league match against India and received brief treatment on the field. Fitness of Shoaib Malik is in doubt for crucial match against India on Wednesday. In the meantime, India held training session in the morning at the National Bank Stadium. Irfan Pathan, who has missed his team's three games including the super four match against Bangladesh, was present at the training session and did light exercises. His fitness is still in doubt and a final decision to field him against Pakistan will be taken some time before the start of the contest on Wednesday. The Indian team took complete rest on Tuesday and went to a play land located outside Karachi. A 45-minute drive on Superhighway with full security took the Indians to the play land where they had a three hours rest, relaxation and fun.