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Thread: on the cards

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    on the cards

    And even though a reshuffle is on the cards for the Indian team, in this part of the country it's not just a few players who are facing public anger but the game itself seems to have fallen from favour.

    I can't understand the highlighted parts. (Particularly `on the cards' confused me)

    Could you explain it please?

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    Re: on the cards

    On the cards. Likely to happen, projected, and talked about as likely to occur. On the programme or card of the races; on the “agenda.”

    The team is likely to be changed around

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